Dahlia Flower Catalog
Here you can view the many Dahlia Flowers grown on Hunters Garden Farms. Though Bulbs are not yet available for all varieties, the cut flowers may be seen at any time.
**For specialized cut flower orders, please take note of our Availability. Every season will be updated based on Field size and production rates. **
Primary Color: Orange Availability: 150 Flowers/week Gabrielle Marie is a beautiful variety. Its autumn blend really make this flower is a great addition. The flowers are 4" and have good sturdy stems. The bulbs are on the smaller side, but they cut very easy and have good production.
Primary Color: Orange Availability: 75 Flowers/Week Nicholas is an exemplary flower. Originated in 2010, this flower is by far the most robust plant in our field. The thick foliage is dark green with very sturdy stems. Though in the beginning it will bloom inside making it difficult to reach the flower, the more you cut, the more amazing it gets. The bulbs are among the easiest to separate with very clear eyes. The bulbs are large and produce great quantities.
Primary Color: Orange Availability: 50 Flowers/week Teddy is a striking shade of orange with wide petals. The stems are thick and sturdy. A great blend to have among your garden, this flower is easy to maintain. The bulbs are large and easy to cut. A great producer.
Primary Color: Orange Availability: 25 Flowers/week Salmon is a unique orange flower that nearly resembles a cactus in some features. It's a wild growing plant with uncountable blooms. It's important to keep this one pruned regularly to help it push its energy in the right places. The stems are great and the foliage is thick. The bulbs produce very quickly and grow large. The tubers are also exceptionally easy to cut.
Primary Color: Orange Availability: 10 Flowers/Week
Primary Color: Yellow Availability: 75 Flowers/week
Primary Color: Yellow Availability: 5 Flowers/week
Primary Color: Apricot Yellow Availability: 30 Flowers/week
Primary Color: White Availability: 60 Flowers/week James Albin is a stunning flower. The stems are strong and tall making cutting an easy task. The foliage can be a little scarce, but the bloom size and color is stunning with or without. The bulbs are large and offer little waste, but the eyes can be difficult to see. Cutting the bulbs early after digging is recommended as the stems can petrify making it very difficult to separate.
Primary Color: White Availability: 100 Flowers/week
Primary Color: White Availability: 20 Flowers/week Bride to be is an excellent flower. It is easy to cut and its cute pattern makes it an easy flower to incorporate in any bouquet of solid or mixed colors. The bulbs are smaller and can be densely clumped together, but otherwise is an easy to separate variety with little waste and great production.
Primary Color: White Availability: 10 Flowers/week
Primary Color: White Availability: 3 Flowers/week
Primary Color: White Availability: 1 Flower/week
Primary Color: Pink/Purple Availability: 50 Flowers/week Neherbob is a beautiful flower with excellent blooms. It's production is very high in both Blooms and Bulbs. Though it takes longer for its blooms to pop out in comparison to most of the other varieties, once production starts it is among the best cut flowers in the field. The Bulbs are easy to cut with minimal waste, of decent size, and of the largest quantities.
Primary Color: Pink Availability: 30 Flowers/week
Primary Color: Pink Availability: 15 Flowers/week
Primary Color: Pink Availability: 75 Flowers/week Miss Molly is a gorgeous flower with its yellow interior pronouncing its predominant pinks. It is a great flower producer with great results in our fields. This flower supplied a breathtaking amount of perfect blooms. The bulbs are very easy to cut with little waste. An average bulb producer overall.
Primary Color: Pink Availability: 10 Flowers/week Intrigue is a lovely flower but was slow to come out this year. The last of all the Dahlias to bloom, it surprised us with its luring quality. The blooms, though late, came in plenty and full. The bulbs are good size, easy to cut and average producers.
Primary Color: Pink Availability: 15 Flowers/week
Primary Color: Burgundy/Dark Red Availability: 70 Flowers/Week This flower grows quickly to it's full height and is among the the first flowers to start blooming in our fields. The stems are sturdy and have a deep Green foliage. The bulbs are small and thick and can be difficult to separate without considerable waste, but the production is staggering nonetheless. With it's origin in 1995, it will be a great addition to your field.
Primary Color: Red Availability: 150 Flowers/week Uptown Girl is a gorgeous flower and a popular seller, especially in the autumn months. It's foliage is very dark and with proper pruning grows quickly and conveniently as a cut flower. The bulbs are close growing making waste a concern and eyes difficult to see; however, it separates easily into nice sized bulbs.
Primary Color: Burgundy/Dark Red Availability: 70 Flowers/week Loverboy is a great flower with good production. Though poor soil can make this variety prone to a flimsy neck, we have found it a consistently loved by our local clients. The bulbs are good producers, but eyes can be difficult to find.
Primary Color: Red Availability: 30 Flowers/week Daredevil is a lovely red cactus flower. Its is an excellent cut flower with many blooms on every plant. Though there have never been any signs of wear on this flower, it does have a susceptibility to Powdery Mildew, but good pruning techniques, and watering in the morning rather than the evening have been good at solving this problem. The bulbs produce very rapidly, are of good size and easy to cut.
Primary Color: Red Availability: 15 Flowers/week Macallisters Pride is a great blend of deep red and yellow highlights. It is a fine flower with ok bloom production. The bulbs are easy to cut and great producers with little waste.
Primary Color: Red Availability: 1 Flower/week Deborah Rene is the deepest red flower we've seen anywhere. The flowers on this variety are always exquisite and perfect. The bulbs are equally perfect in every way. Easy to cut and many eyes. Unfortunately it has very poor bulb production overall. It steadily grows in our fields year by year, but it may be a while yet before it really starts to take off.
Primary Color: Purple Availability: 20 Flowers/week Seduction is a stunning flower. It is a great producer of blooms and has very thick and lovely foliage. The bulbs can be tricky to cut on this variety, and it is a little below average in bulb production, but when you see this flower up close you will know how it got its name.
Primary Color: Purple Availability: 70 Flowers/week Boogie Nights is a lovely solid purple. It grows very fast, even when the soil isn't at optimal levels. The stems are strong and thick with good foliage. The bulbs are good producers, but they can also be difficult to separate if left too long before cutting.
Primary Color: Purple/ Lavender Availability: 20 Flowers/week Bluetiful stands out with it's unique shade of lavender. A Blue Dahlia will always win the prize, but this flower is about as close as you can get without getting there. It is a sturdy plant and evenly balanced between blooms and foliage. The bulbs do not produce particularly fast, but they are of average size and are easily separated.
Primary Color: Purple Availability: 15 Flowers/week This Variety of flower is very similar to Seduction. Hugs 'N Kisses is a slow producer, both to grow and bloom. It has a very unique look that is all it's own. The Bulbs are easy to cut, but are not particularly great in number. Currently more attention to this dahlia is needed.
Primary Color: Purple Availability: 15 Flowers/week
Primary Color: Purple Availability: 25 Flowers/week