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5 Gorgeous New Dahlias Gardeners Will Love

Fill your garden with vibrant color by planting and growing these new types of dahlias from Swan Island Dahlias.

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N-force dahliaSwan Island Dahlias

N-Force

Nicholas Gitts, co-owner of Swan Island Dahlias in Canby, Oregon, loved this 5-inch bloom with stunning burnt rust petals so much that instead of Enforce, it was named N-Force after him. Swan Island is the largest dahlia grower in the United States, with hundreds of types of dahlias. Here’s everything you need to know about growing dahlias.

Dancin Queen dahliaSwan Island Dahlias

Dancin’ Queen

Have the time of your life with an explosion of award-winning 7-inch pink blooms that sit on 5-foot-tall plants. Learn how to overwinter dahlia bulbs.

Hula dahliaSwan Island Dahlias

Hula

This 2020 introduction is a 3-foot-tall collarette with 3-inch fuchsia blooms arrayed around a darker center that turns a surprising yellow as it matures. Check out 5 new bulbs to plant this fall for spring color.

Spoiled Rotten dahliaSwan Island Dahlias

Spoiled Rotten

These 7-inch fuchsia-and-cream blossoms almost crave attention. The large, bright flowers dot the deer-resistant stems and leaves. These are the top 10 biggest blooms for your flower garden.

Make a Wish dahliaSwan Island Dahlias

Make a Wish

Grow (and cut) this unusual 3-inch orchid-style type of dahlia with star-shaped white blooms to make your dreams come true. Next, learn how to care for chrysanthemums.

Deb Wiley
Deb Wiley is a freelance writer and editor from Des Moines, Iowa. She loves plants that attract birds to her garden.