Sandia Brocade dahlia is different than any other dahlia that I grow, in that it is considered an anemone type flower. As you can see from the photos, the center of the bloom is full and ruffled.
When shopping for tubers last year, I absolutely fell in love with the peach and purple tones of the Sandia Brocade dahlia. I definitely was not disappointed when I planted it out in the garden this season. Throughout the entire summer, the plant was covered in these cute blooms.
Using the blooms as a cut flower did take a little bit of trial and error. If the bloom was too young, it would wilt. If the bloom was too old, all of the petals would fall off as soon as I picked the flower.
I think Sandia Brocade dahlia will definitely have a place in my garden in the future. I’m really looking for to continuing to propagate and multiply my tubers. Have you ever grown Sandia Brocade dahlias? I’d love to hear all about it in the comments below! I hope you’re having a wonderful day!
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Hi! My name is Marina, I’d like to ask if you know any shop that seels tubers of this sandia brocade dahlia with international shipping. I’ve watched your video and got amazed by these little beauties.