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The heaviest and most consistant bloomers

Posted by mctavish6 4/5 (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 19, 08 at 23:07

From this group two stand out.

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RE: The heaviest and most consistant bloomers

Are these the shrub dahlias that grow 38 inches? I have some and they are wnderful. The can grown taller.


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RE: The heaviest and most consistant bloomers

Mary Jo - MSC: 2.5" diameter flower on a 30" bush.
Bitsy - BBWL: 4" diameter flower on an 18" bush.

I wouldn't call them shrub dahlias, although that might be what they are but I'm thinking you're referring to Dahliettas. They're both full and lush Dahlias like any other.

Cheers,
Russ


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RE: The heaviest and most consistant bloomers

Mary Jo has my kind of colors! Wonderful shots. Thank You!


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RE: The heaviest and most consistant bloomers

I find Honka is a workhorse for me.


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RE: The heaviest and most consistant bloomers

I guess my plants aren't paying attention. This collection was called small or short or something. Mary Jo and Bitsy are about the same height, both in the front of this planting area. I was surprised that Park Princess was included as short. I'd had this one in the past and really liked it. It was always pretty tall for me. Of this group, Park Princess, All Triumph and Firepot are the tallest.


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