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Imageteddahlia
Apr 15, 2020 9:04 PM CST
Name: Ted
Oregon
We enjoy breeding new dahlias!
It is always amazing how few varieties overlap from list to list. and many times you get a list from someone and they no longer grow most of the varieties any more and for many valid and invalid reasons. . No ,matter how good and how much you like a variety, the odds are you will eventually stop growing it. Many of my all time favorite varieties are no longer grown by us.
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Hollyhill Violetta that was named after my mother. We have not grown it in many years.
We like to place a sign on our porch that says: We are in the garden. Really, we are always in the garden.

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