Dahlia Dinnerplate Thomas Edison

The dahlia Thomas Edison was bred here in the U.S. and first introduced back in 1929. It is still the considered the best purple dinnerplate dahlia on the market. The plants are robust and produce tons of flowers all season long. A good choice for the back of a perennial border and a must for cutting gardens.

  • Big 6" to 8" Flowers
  • Heirloom Favorite
  • Excellent Cut Flower
2 tubers
$14.00
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Dahlia Dinnerplate Thomas Edison

Item#:
20001050
Genus:
Dahlia
Scientific Name:
Dahlia
Common Name:
Dahlia
Class:
Dinnerplate
Variety:
Thomas Edison
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:
2 tubers