• Star Elite Cactus Dahlia - 74140
  • Star Elite Cactus Dahlia - 74140
Ships Spring

Star Elite Cactus Dahlia

Dahlia

#74140
Availability: Out of Stock
$4.48
Was: $14.95
You Save: $10.47 (70.0%)
3 bulbs per package
5.00 stars, based on 4 review(s)
Ship Season: Spring
This Star Elite Cactus Dahlia will be the star of your summer garden! Its vibrant yellow petals shine forth with a vibrancy that is unmatched in the landscape. The slender petals of these cactus dahlias add the "star-like" appearance and give this flower a unique look. Plant for accent colors or in masses for a strong statement.
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Indiana

Dahlia Fan

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Dahlia is my flower of choice. I always buy from HollandBulbFarms because I know they will grow. I have been a customer for four years since planning my garden.

Cactus Dahlia

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Very nice high quality tubers that all sprouted fairly quickly

Potomac Highlands, WV

Dahlias

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Good price for beautiful tubers.
Very satisfied.

Pacific Northwest Coast

Star Elite Cactus Dahlia

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  • great price
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I planted a tuber from a box of mixed dry dahlia tubers 16 years ago and it turned into one of these beauties. Unfortunately, it drowned over an exceptionally wet winter and I have been unable to replace it as I had never known its name or variety. I saw a single package with the name and your address in a storage space at a friends home in IL this past May and immediately contacted your website and ordered several. It was my good fortunate to find it on special sale due to being late in planting season for Midwest. Since I live on the Southern Oregon Coast, our planting season is somewhat more drawn out. I received the bulbs at the end of may and planted them on May 30. They have all broken ground and I am looking forward to beautiful flowers by the end of August and our first killing frost usually is mid to late November.