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Image Peony Dahlia (Dahlia 'Bishop of Oxford')
I bought a few of these , but what grew is not the Bishop of Oxford , so I am not going to pollute the database with the photographs.
Dahlia \"Classic Summertime\", an excellent example ,heads held c Classic Dahlia (Dahlia 'Classic Summertime')
A core Dahlia, very pleasing yellow double of good form and leaf.
As the flower matured it opened, and then the neck flopped. Given Dahlia 'Furka'
Wouldn't rush out to buy this. An interesting white cactus, but floppy headed when pot grown, may put it in the ground for 2015 and see if it does better.
A few beautiful blooms each year. Long lasting and robust, form i Dahlia 'Ruby'
Good number of blooms in year two, excellent neck strength until just going over, blooms last for weeks in cooler conditions. Stable colour integrity, relatively narrow plant, four feet tall.
Image Dahlia 'Taratahi Ruby'
Beautiful flower, superb plant, slightly let down by drooping the head as it matures.
Plant is a bit shy, like a lot of these collarettes need sto be f Dahlia 'Teesbrooke Redeye'
Small dahlia plant in scale, a few blooms, but an interesting collarette
First year bulb, I am nervous of this one having killed it before Lily (Lilium nepalense)
A more difficult lily, with particular needs commented on in the database.
Excellent highly recommended plant, upright. Beloved of slugs, ta Cardinal Flower (Lobelia 'Queen Victoria')
Excellent recommended lobelia, wet feet, three feet tall, scarlet flowers on chocolate stems.
Dies back in winter, grows again in spring, if it overwinters, it Honey Bush (Melianthus major)
A core plant for the silver green foliage, and odd flower spike after mild winters. I have it sprinkled around the gardens.

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