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White Similar To Shape Of Moonlight Sonata?

Posted by butterflylion 7bGA (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 22, 12 at 10:35

I saw a photo of some unlabeled white dahlias. They made me think of a White Moonlight Sonata. Does anyone know what variety that might be?

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RE: White Similar To Shape Of Moonlight Sonata?

"Wyn's Ghostie" might be what you're looking for, similar ones to that are "Louie Meggos" & "R. Kris".

Here is a link that might be useful: Wyn's Ghostie at Wynne's Dahlias

RE: White Similar To Shape Of Moonlight Sonata?

I think Wyn's Ghostie is such a beauty! I have 2 on order for this year just to make sure!

RE: White Similar To Shape Of Moonlight Sonata?

Edewitt, thanks. I ordered "Wyn's Ghostie."

RE: White Similar To Shape Of Moonlight Sonata?

You're both welcome. It appears I waited too long and they are now sold out of Ghostie. Looks like I'll order it next year. Fortunately I've got an order put in for Louie Meggos so that'll hold me over for the year.

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