Dahlia Decorative Arabian Night
- Scientific Name:
- Common Name:
- Arabian Night
- Plant Type:
- Hardiness Zones:
- 9 through 11 Find Your Zone
- Suitable Zones:
- 3 through 11
- When to Plant:
- Bloom Time:
- Summer thru Fall
- Planting Depth:
- Plant 1" deep
- Space 18" apart
- Grows 30-40" tall
- 3 tubers
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This is a beautiful deep burgundy flower. The blooms are plentiful and look great mixed in with arrangements for summer or fall. They last about a week after they have been cut but the main plant produces so many you will never be lacking! We are having fun with all of our dahlias from long field gardens this year!!
One of my all-time favorites! This color is as good as a glass of red wine. It compliments beautifully in bouquets of blushes and pinks. It also looks exquisite paired with warm yellows and oranges. This dahlia will not disappoint!
I loved the dark color of Dahlia Arabian Night. They contrast nicely in bouquets with lighter colors like blush and white. I also really loved how early they start blooming! Here in Northern Utah, they started blooming in July and are still going strong in September!
Beautiful velvet blooms, all summer, even in the extreme heat.
This year, we wanted to branch out in our dahlia garden and plant some dinner plate varieties. We chose Break Out and we were not disappointed. The blooms were huge and long-stemmed. They last for 2-3 weeks in a vase. The colors complimented our Arabian Night, Maya, and Hawaii blooms in arrangements.
I live in North Mississippi, so we have very hot humid weather. I planted on May 15 and got my first bloom Aug. 30th. The flower is beautiful and weather resistant. Only grew 18" for me but I got quite a few blooms. I left tubers in the ground so I am hoping to see this one again.
First, I live in North Mississippi. So we have very hot humid summers. I planted my dahlia May 15th, 4" deep. Grew extremely slow. On Aug. 30th I got my first bloom. From there it took off. It is beautiful, takes the heat well. Mine only got 18" tall. If left the tuber in the ground. Hopefully I will see it again.