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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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.
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