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Imageteddahlia
Apr 16, 2020 9:18 AM CST
Name: Ted
Oregon
We enjoy breeding new dahlias!
Another list with only some overlap with the others. It is impossible for someone to have tried the thousands of varieties that are out there. Each list represents, the ones that did well in that person's garden but there are thousands to try and many hundreds that would do as well or better. It is like being a small child in a candy store: way too many things to try.

Peaches N Cream Love this one, tuber problems prevent it from being on some other lists
Irish Blackhart People list one despite the fact is is very difficult to buy due to tuber problems.
Mary's Jomanda More of show flower for most of us(translate harder to grow) and Narrows Kirsten (an exact match and can be used in entries with M. Jomanda and no one can tell the difference) is easier to grow.
Camano Mordor Liked the flowers but we did not "bond" with it and grew it only two years.
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