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One blossom of dinnerplate dahlia Myrtles Folly, showing the flower's fringed petals, with their unusual peach and raspberry colors.

Dahlia Dinnerplate Myrtles Folly

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This American-bred dahlia combines quilled and twisted petals into big powderpuffs of color. The sunrise hues of pale yellow, coral and rose-pink make Myrtles Folly an excellent mixer for perennial gardens and bouquets.

  • Extra-Large 6 to 8" Blossoms
  • Great Color for Summer Arrangements
  • Blooms Summer Through Fall
3 tubers
$11.90
$17.00

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Dahlia Dinnerplate Myrtles Folly

Item#:
20000038
Genus:
Dahlia
Scientific Name:
Dahlia
Common Name:
Dahlia
Class:
Dinnerplate
Variety:
Myrtles Folly
Plant Type:
Tuber
Origin:
Holland
Light:
Sun
Size/Grade:
#1
Hardiness Zones:
9 through 11 Find Your Zone
Suitable Zones:
3 through 11
Ships:
Spring
When to Plant:
Spring
Bloom Time:
Summer thru Fall
Planting Depth:
Plant 1" deep
Spacing:
Space 18" apart
Height:
Grows 36-48" tall
Count:
3 tubers

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  • 5
    Love them!

    Posted by Sarah D. on Oct 8th 2013

    Myrtles Folly is a lovely tall dahlia (4 to 5 feet for me) with enchanting, 6-inch-diameter blooms! I loved the mélange of gorgeous colors—displayed in sprays of whimsical petals. I planted Myrtles Folly in two spots in my yard. Despite a light infestation of Japanese beetles, they did quite well! My flower stems were a bit thin and floppy, but I think it was because they had only 4 to 5 hours of sunlight each day. And I forgot to fertilize. I can't wait to grow this one again. I am going to try to save the tubers over the winter and grow them in more sunlight.

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