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Sep 12, 2019 7:08 AM CST
Name: Kathy
Michigan - rural (Zone 5a)
Daylilies Garden Art Region: Michigan Seed Starter Plant and/or Seed Trader Region: United States of America
Can we start a list of Laciniated Dahlias?

Northlake Heritage




SHOW 'N' TELL (ALC) Introduced in 1985. The 10" blooms of red tipped yellow are of good depth and substance. The blossoms are slightly lacinated with good stems on a 4' plant

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SHAGGY CHIC (LC ) Introduced in 2018. Beautiful 8" lacinated soft coral pink that fits perfect with the vintage styles that are so popular. These robust and strong plants grow to 5'. This beauty can go from a soft peach to a soft pink depending on weather and growing conditions.


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CITRON DU CAP (BLC) Introduced in 2001. Big, beautiful 7" blooms of the most delicate yellow with a dusting of rose blush over the petal tips. the blooms are as deep as they are wide. Heavily lacinated petals give the flowers an extremely lacey appearance, which can be striking in arrangements as well as in the garden. Although the 4' plant produces enough stems to cut and has long lasting flowers, it is better suited for exhibition and should win lots of ribbons.


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Sep 12, 2019 7:10 AM CST
Name: Rj
Just S of the twin cities of M (Zone 4b)
Forum moderator Million Pollinator Garden Challenge Plant Identifier Garden Ideas: Level 1
Cool looking Dahlias!
As Yogi Berra said, β€œIt's tough to make predictions, especially about the future.”
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Sep 12, 2019 11:24 AM CST
Name: Dan
NE Ohio (Zone 6a)
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Here are a few I've grown over the years that I think are considered laciniated (spell check refuses to acknowledge that word!). I haven't seen Flapjack for sale since Sea-Tac Dahlias closed their business.

Vista Lindsey
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Apache


Flapjack
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Hollyhill Six-in-one
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Pinelands Princess
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Sep 12, 2019 7:26 PM CST
Name: Melissa
Omaha, NE (Zone 5b)
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Here are a few of ones I grow/ have grown.

Nenekazi πŸ’—- always a favorite, and overwinters pretty easily for me

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Normandy Wild Willie - easy to overwinter as well

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Sandia Comanche



Pineland's Princess (not growing her this year, and I will likely bring it back next year)



Steve O - difficult to obtain, but worth it

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Higgo Wonder - I planted it this year, but it looked stunted so to the landfill it went. Boo.

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Dec 7, 2019 9:18 PM CST
Arlington Hts, IL (Zone 5b)
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Just Married is a pretty winner.

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I agree that Pinelands Princess is also a good laciniated dahlia that I grew and showed this year.

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Beautiful Manor Jayne is a purple size B. It wins consistently at our shows!

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