Beautiful Purple Dahlia. Great flower to put in an alum or student flower arrangement or TCU wedding bouquet. Great in small vases on table tops too.

Beautiful Purple Dahlia. Great flower to put in an alum or student flower arrangement or TCU wedding bouquet. Great in small vases on table tops too.

~~Dahlia Lilac Time | Dinnerplate type, beautiful violet colored flowers and is an excellent choice to grow in your flower border. Simply stunning, growing up to 3 ft tall, with full luscious leaves, Dahlia Dinnerplate Lilac Time will reward you with flowers from June to October (or early frost). | Flower Bulbs Inc~~

~~Dahlia Lilac Time | Dinnerplate type, beautiful violet colored flowers and is an excellent choice to grow in your flower border. Simply stunning, growing up to 3 ft tall, with full luscious leaves, Dahlia Dinnerplate Lilac Time will reward you with flowers from June to October (or early frost). | Flower Bulbs Inc~~

~~Dahlia 'Diva' ~ 5” Incredible dark purple blooms on very long stems. The petals are very unique in that they come to a point at the edge. Beautiful! | Swan Island Dahlias~~

~~Dahlia 'Diva' ~ 5” Incredible dark purple blooms on very long stems. The petals are very unique in that they come to a point at the edge. Beautiful! | Swan Island Dahlias~~

Purple dahlias http://www.shop.embiotechsolutions.co.uk/GrowBest-EM-Seaweed-Fertilizer-Rock-Dust-Worm-Casts-3kg-GrowBest3Kg.htm

Dahlias

Purple dahlias http://www.shop.embiotechsolutions.co.uk/GrowBest-EM-Seaweed-Fertilizer-Rock-Dust-Worm-Casts-3kg-GrowBest3Kg.htm

Dahlia Thomas Edison. The classic purple dahlia. Thomas Edison's extra-large, velvety petals give this dinnerplate dahlia a regal look.

Dahlia Dinnerplate Thomas Edison

Dahlia Thomas Edison. The classic purple dahlia. Thomas Edison's extra-large, velvety petals give this dinnerplate dahlia a regal look.

Can you see the climbing Clematis of same hues, and darker...above the bed of Dahlias...deep green fern or hostas interspersed if they would blend with the soil.

Dahlias

Can you see the climbing Clematis of same hues, and darker...above the bed of Dahlias...deep green fern or hostas interspersed if they would blend with the soil.

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