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Terracotta Dahlias in the Cutting Garden

It seems like any shade of peach or pink is always on trend in the cut flower garden. This year, I added Terracotta dahlia to my plant collection. The abundance of blooms and beautiful colors quickly made this cultivar one of my absolute favorites!

At any given point in the growing season, my Terracotta dahlia plant was covered in blooms. The more I picked them, the more I was rewarded with these enchanting tones of peach and purple.

Though I usually purchase dinnerplates and decorative types, I was really surprised by how much I enjoyed using this flower shape in arrangements. Like all of my dahlias this year, I’ll be letting these go to seed, as well.

Have you ever grown Terracotta dahlia before? What did you think? I’d love to hear all about it in the comments below! Thank you so much for stopping by the blog. Hope you’re having a wonderful day!

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