Discussion of Colors, Forms or Varieties forum: High Plains Majesty

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Imageedewitt
Aug 2, 2011 10:40 AM CST
Name: Eric DeWitt
Mountainair, NM
I bought this originally from Arrowhead Dahlias in 2010 thinking it was a different dahlia. Once this bloomed it was a sight to behold because I'm quite fond of petals with colored edges and this one immediately struck my fancy so I was quite happy with the end result of my original error. This was introduced by in 2007 by (hopefully I'm not incorrect here) a gentleman in Colorado by the name of Kauffman. It blooms regularly, but not profusely and provides a few viable tubers that can be stored for the winter, and has only grown about 3.5'-4' tall for me. This will continue to be a regular in my dahlia garden.
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Imagetgarland
Aug 2, 2011 2:54 PM CST
Name: Tim Garland
Boise, Idaho
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It kind of reminds me of Mary. Mary can have more violet depending on the sun exposure. What size is High Plains Majesty?
Imageedewitt
Aug 2, 2011 3:26 PM CST
Name: Eric DeWitt
Mountainair, NM
On average the blooms are about 4". I think they're BB, but I guess they in the Miniature section on Arrowhead Dahlias website.

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