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Zones: In zones 4a-7b(9bWC), dahlias are widely grown as annuals, but the tubers can also be dug and stored over winter.

Heat-Tolerant: In zones 8(10WestCoast) and warmer, dahlias often struggle because nights are too warm. Varieties we recommend through zone 8b(10bWC) are marked “heat-ok” below. Learn more at our Dahlias for Hot Nights page.

 

Name Date Type Color Ht. Bloom
Size
Heat-
Tolerant
Rarest, Etc.
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Amber Queen 1945 pompon amber tinted peach 4’ 2”
Andries’ Orange 1936 semi-cactus clear orange 3-5’ 3-4” Rarest
Arab Queen 1949 semi-cactus apricot, yellow, bronze 4-5’ 8-10” Rarest
Arabian Night 1951 formal dec. deep red 3½-4’ 4-6”
Arthur Hambley 1955 formal dec. soft lavender-pink 4-5’ 6-10” Rarest
Bishop of Llandaff 1927 peony/semi-dbl. scarlet, dark foliage 4-5’ 3” heat-ok
Blithe Spirit 1962 formal dec. white-tipped red 4-5' 8-10” Rarest, New
Café au Lait 1967 informal dec. cream & peach-to-pink 4’ 6-10”
David Howard 1960 formal dec. orange, dark foliage 3-4’ 3-4”
Deuil du Roi Albert 1936 formal dec. purple tipped white 4-5’ 4-6” heat-ok Rarest
Dixie’s Winedot 1942 informal dec. primrose dotted wine 5-6’ 6-10” Rarest
Duet 1955 formal dec. purplish red tipped white 3-4’ 6-8”
Emory Paul 1962 informal decorative rosy purple 4-5’ 12-14” New
Fascination 1964 peony/semi-dbl. brilliant lilac-rose 2½-3’ 4-5”
Fashion Monger 1955 collarette raspberry & cream 3-4’ 2-3½” Rarest
Fatima 1961 ball deep, vivid rose-pink 4’ 2-2½”
G.F. Hemerik 1936 single, dwarf gentle orange 18” 2-3” Rarest
Glorie van Heemstede 1947 waterlily yellow 4-5’ 4-5” Rarest
Glorie van Noordwijk 1969 formal dec. warm, soft sand & sun 4’ 4-5”
Golden Heart 1955 semi-cactus rosy-orange & sunlight 4-5’ 6-10” Rarest
Golden Scepter 1926 pom/formal dec. gold & butterscotch 2½-4’ 2-3½”
Jersey’s Beauty 1923 formal dec. clear pink 6-7’ 4-6” Rarest
Juanita 1949 cactus purplish red 4-5’ 6” heat-ok
Kaiser Wilhelm 1881 ball yellow & rose 4-5’ 3” Rarest
Kasasagi 1959 pompon yellow edged orange 3-4’ 2” New
Kelvin Floodlight 1959 formal dec. light, bright yellow 3-5’ 9-12” heat-ok
Kidd’s Climax 1940 formal dec. pink, yellow 3-4’ 8-10” heat-ok Rarest
Klankstad Kerkrade 1954 semi-cactus soft primrose yellow 3-5’ 3-4” Rarest
Little Beeswing 1909 pompon yellow, flamed 3-4’ 1-2” heat-ok Rarest
Little Robert 1964 formal dec. neon rose on white 3-4’ 2-3” Rarest
Lutt Wichen 1941 waterlily white 2-3’ 3” Rarest
Mrs. H. Brown 1947 collarette yellow and red 4-5’ 2-3” Rarest
Mrs. I. De ver Warner 1920 formal dec. lavender-rose 5-6’ 5-6” Rarest
Musette 1954 formal dec. red tipped white 1½-2½’ 2-3”
My Love 1964 semi-cactus white 3-4’ 2½-4”
Natal 1959 ball dark, velvety red 3-4’ 2½-3” Rarest
Nita 1959 cactus speckled radiant orchid 4-5’ 6” heat-ok Rarest
Nonette 1958 waterlily apricot speckled rose 4-5’ 4-6”
Otto’s Thrill 1958 informal decorative rosy pink to light pink 3-4’ 8-10” heat-ok New
Preference 1955 semi-cactus peachy pink 4’ 3-5” Rarest
Prince Noir 1954 semi-cactus dark burgundy 5-6’ 4-5” heat-ok Rarest
Requiem 1952 formal dec. rich, rosy purple 3½-4½’ 4-5” Rarest
Rocco 1962 pompon deep boysenberry 3-3½’ 1½”
Rosemary Webb 1956 waterlily apple-blossom pink 3-4’ 4-5” Rarest
Small World 1976 pompon white 3-4’ 1” heat-ok New
Sterling Silver 1960 formal dec. cool, luminous white 4-5’ 6-7”
Stolz von Berlin 1884 ball soft lavender-pink 3-4’ 2-2½”
Tartan 1951 informal decorative burgundy and white 4-5’ 6-8” New
Thomas Edison 1929 formal dec. deep, true purple 3-4’ 6-8” heat-ok
Tsuki Yori no Shisha 1953 laciniated white 3-4’ 5-8”
White Aster 1879 pompon white & honey 3-5’ 1-2” Rarest
White Fawn 1942 formal decorative snow white 3-4’ 3-4” Rarest
Wisconsin Red 1910? formal dec. ruby-red 4-5’ 3” heat-ok Rarest