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Talking about Dahlia 'Maxine', LisaAnderson4life wrote:

Does anyone know where I can get the Dahlia "Maxine" ? I need it for my garden which is dedicated to my grandmother, Maxine.

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Talking about Dahlia (Dahlia pinnata Dahlightful® Crushed Crimson), arctangent wrote:

I have read that members of this series of dahlias are meant to be grown as annuals, and they are listed as such by some growers.
One site claims they were bred not to produce tubers.

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Talking about Dahlia 'Blue Danube', arctangent wrote:

This is a case where several different cultivars might be intended (see below). Absent any proposed cultivar-specific data or a photo, this database entry is ambiguous.
Blue Danube I SBa L. 1948 ir0/cd12
=bonny blue
Blue Danube II SD L. <1957
Blue Danube III MinD L. <2012 jans12

It would appear that Blue Danube I or Blue Danube III are the more likely ones based on flower form, since a common name 'Ball Dahlia' was included when the entry was created. An introduction date for Blue Danube III of "<2012", which might mean "before 2012" still leaves that choice suspect, however, given the database entry creation date in 2011.

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Talking about Dahlia 'Bloodstone', arctangent wrote:

Dahlia World lists three dahlia cultivars with this name, none of which is classed as a waterlily form. The listings are
Bloodstone II SD Dk.R. 1939 barwise UK
Bloodstone I 8 R. 1931 NL nds31
Bloodstone III MinD R. 1939 old house

Since the person, "admin", who created this database entry didn't propose any cultivar-specific data, this entry must be considered ambiguous.

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Talking about Dahlia 'Sir Alf Ramsey', kniphofia wrote:

Capable of producing blooms up to 15 inches wide (40cm) when correctly stopped, this is a true large decorative Dahlia. It has lavender pink flowers with a creamy white base. If grown for normal garden use rather than the show bench the flowers will be smaller but more numerous. Named after the famous English football manager Sir Alf Ramsey, who managed the national team to their 1966 World Cup victory.

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