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Bi-Color Rebecca's World Dahlia?

Posted by butterflylion 7bGA (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 4, 11 at 0:35

The flowers on this one looking interesting with various amounts of each color and patterns. Has anyone grown it? It is described as red and white, but the photo online doesn't look like a true red to me.

Here is a link that might be useful: Rebecca's World Dahlia


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RE: Bi-Color Rebecca's World Dahlia?

According to a Dutch dahlia site, Rebecca's World is a purple semi cactus dahlia originated by Bal, A.G (Netherlands), 2001. It won an award in 2006. Looks nice to me.


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RE: Bi-Color Rebecca's World Dahlia?

  • Posted by izhar Karachi Pakistan (My Page) on
    Mon, Feb 7, 11 at 3:02

Dahlia "Uwakigokoro" in this link resembles the dahlia in your link.

Here is a link that might be useful: Dahlia


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RE: Bi-Color Rebecca's World Dahlia?

I didn't buy it last year, but I'm thinking about ordering it this year. Has anyone grown it? I've seen it in a few catalogs.


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