Dahlias are one of the most popular garden flowers. Extremely versatile, the flowers can take on a great variety of different shapes, colors and sizes.
The dahlia was originally discovered by European adventurers in the 16th century in what was to become Mexico. In Europe a Spanish monk named the flower in honor of botanist Anders Dahl.
Dahlias are in great demand for weddings and events during the summer and fall.
Dahlias are perfect for topiaries; lots of texture at the base in container covered with halves of baby artichokes
Flowers and berries ‘grow’ out of the wheatgrass
This squash was a perfect container!
Dahlias are perfect floaters!