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Dutch Carnival Dahlia

#74256
Availability: Spring Pre-Order
$16.76
Was: $20.95
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3 Tubers per package
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4.60 stars, based on 5 review(s)
Ships: Spring

Dutch Carnival Dahlia is a spectacular bright red, double dahlia with soft yellow edges.  With blooms reaching 6" in diameter, this variety would make a beautiful statement in any garden bed or container.  The Dutch Carnival Dahlia is also perfect for a cut flower bouquet.

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Seattle

Gorgeous and voracious

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I plant this with Mystery Day/Dazzling Sun Dinnerplate Dahlias. The Dutch Carnivals have been growing twice as fast. It's doing very well with Seattle summer weather. The flowers a vibrant and eye catching. Very happy with the result. Not exactly as pictured. The flowers are the same color scheme but the petals on mine are more wispy making the flower resemble fire.

Cleveland Ohio

Pretty flower

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  • Beautiful thick flower
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  • Not many blooms
This dahlia grew from the tuber. Didn’t get as many blooms on this tuber but the bloom is beautiful

Sequim WA

Waiting for the blooms

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I'm hopeful that this will be a gorgeous dahlia. Came in great condition.

Northwest Wisconsin

Dutch Carnival Dahlia

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Beautiful full plants that bloom non-stop. I was short one bulb and customer service gave me a credit to use on a future order.

Dutch Carnival Dahlia!

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I got a few bulbs and planted them right away when it was still fairly early spring for us - bulbs can take up to 5 weeks to sprout but, be careful not to water very much. Waiting for them to show green is a green light to begin watering daily/weekly depending on what zone and pot is used. =]