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AC Ben
A 2010 release from Ken Greenway. An easy to grow orange and yellow giant.
Price: $10.00
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A C Twist
A 2010 release from Ken Greenway. A 8" clear white with good form.
Price: $12.00
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Aitara Caress
A prolific 5" pink and white small dahlia still doing well at the shows.
Price: $6.00
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Akita
A novelty dahlia with petals shaped like a mum.
Price: $6.00
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Alba Purity
Steve Nowatarski introduced this single in 2009. A nice white bloom on a short plant.
Price: $5.00
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Alfred C
A semi-cactus, orange giant that was released in 1974. A 10" bloom on 3.5' plants.
Price: $6.50
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Allie White
A pure white small dahlia. A 6" beauty introduced by Gilly Simmons
Price: $6.00
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Almand Joy
A lavender and white large that has been winning at the shows since 1968.
Price: $6.50
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Alpen Cherub
A white on white collarette introduced by Bill McClaren in 1987
Price: $6.00
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Alpen Diamond
Bill McClaren introduced this beauty in 2004. Very prolific and a garden favorite.
Price: $6.00
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Alpen Fury
A red and yellow anemone still winning at the shows.
Price: $6.00
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Alpen Sami
A prolific bloomer with well balanced orchid formation.
Price: $5.00
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Alpen Sara
A cute mignon single covered with blooms for the entire season.
Price: $5.00
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Amhurst Regina
This 9" yellow Semi-cactus was released by John Kriener in 2009 to compete is a very crowded color class.
Price: $7.00
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Amy K
A pink and white pastel semi-cactum medium that always does well in our garden.
Price: $6.00
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Apricot Brandy
Kevin and Karen Larkin introduced this orange 5" dahlia 10 years ago. Recently reclassed as a novelty but in our garden it is a true semi-cactus.
Price: $6.00
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Aurwen's Violet
A nice little purple pompon with white deep in the middle of each petal.
Price: $5.00
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Badger Twinkle
A purple and white semi-cactus miniature introduced by John Thiermann in 2005
Price: $6.50
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Barbarossa
A 7" red medium introduced in 1936
Price: $5.00
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Barbershop
A red and white garden favorite.
Price: $6.00
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Bargaly Blush
A Dark Pink sport of Scaur Swinton.
Price: $6.50
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Ben Huston
A prolific bronze giant that grows well.
Price: $6.50
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Beverly Too
Full size, frilly medium. A 6" beauty from Gilly Simmons.
Price: $7.00
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Big Boy
A flame colored giant. THE NAME FITS.
Price: $6.50
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Bishop of Llandaff
A dark red peony heirloom from 1927. Dark foilage.
Price: $6.00
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Bishop of York
A yellow off spring of Bishop of Llandaff. Somewhat dark foilage.
Price: $5.00
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Bo-Bay
A medium size light blend semi-cactus. A Gene Boeke introduction for those that are interested.
Price: $6.50
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Bo-Bel
A 5" small semi-cactus light blend introduced by Eugene Boeke.
Price: $6.00
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Bo-De-O
A frilly yellow 5" small introduction of Gene Boeke.
Price: $6.00
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Bo-Joy
A 8" yellow fimbriated that does very well in the south. A tall grower by Gene Boeke.
Price: $7.00
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Bo-Kay
A yellow and bronze semi cactus medium from Gene Boeke. My favorite Boeke.
Price: $8.00
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Bo-Lei
A Gene Boeke lavender fimbriated medium introduced in 1976.
Price: $6.50
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Bo-Pub
Another Gene Boeke intro. We released this 5.5" purple formal decorative for Gene in 2010. Later in the season the blooms turn a lighter shade with white toward the center of the bloom.
Price: $8.00
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Bo-Zoe
A 4" formal decorative lavender variety released in 2003 by Gene Boeke. Growing very nice in the south in 2011.
Price: $6.00
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Bode
A lavender incurved medium from Corralitos Gardens. Lots of wins in the southeast for 2011.
Price: $7.50
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Bonaventure
A bronze formal 10" giant that was released in 1982. One of 2 giant formals that we grow.
Price: $7.00
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Bonne Esperance
A dark pind Mignon Single that I use as borders in my landscapes. Loaded with blooms the entire season.
Price: $5.50
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Born Bobby K
A purple 6" semi-cactus beauty being released this year from my wife. A seedling she named in honor of the late Dr. Bob Keesling
Price: $10.00
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Born Laird
A 2012 introduction for Kelly Dean. Good form and color on a 3' plant.
Price: $9.00
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Born Rojo
A 5" stellar with lots of petals. Strong, robust plant with lots of blooms. Wins in the south in 2011.
Price: $9.00
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Bracken Lorelei
A yellow and pink waterlilly from down under.
Price: $6.00
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Bristol Stripe
A purple and white varigated large introduced in 1978.
Price: $6.50
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Brookside J Cooley
A yellow miniature that I love to show. Well formed 4.5' blooms.
Price: $6.00
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Bryn Terfel
A true red giant from New Zealand. Often largest in show.
Price: $10.00
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Camano Bram
This orange and yellor formal large was introduced in 2002 by Dick Ambrose. A very nice bloom from his Camano seedling patch.
Price: $6.50
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Camano Pet
An Ambrose introduction that is always in short supply. A blended beauty with stellar formation.
Price: $7.00
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Camano Sitka
A deeply incurved medium from the Ambrose gardens.
Price: $6.50
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Cameo
A light yellow waterlily that grows well everywhere.
Price: $6.00
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Campos Gibby
A purple and white semi-cactus medium from Bob Keesling.
Price: $7.00
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Campos Gigi
A bronze and yellow miniature that grows well in the south.
Price: $6.00
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Campos Hush
A light yellow semi-cactus medium from the Keesling Farm. Lots of blooms even in the southern summer heat.
Price: $6.00
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Campos Kelly D
A pretty yellow medium on a 3.5' plant. An intro from Dr Keesling that was named for my wife.
Price: $7.00
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Campos Little Girl
This cute 3" red formal was named after the granddaughter of the late Dr. Bob Keesling. A '95 intro from Bob & Gibby.
Price: $5.50
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Canoz Anne
A red and yellow waterlily from Wayne Holland.
Price: $6.50
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Carmen Bunky
A dark pink Waterlily formation that grows on a medium size plant. Introduced in 2007.
Price: $7.00
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CG Nordic
The Larkins introduced this 8" Incurve cactus in 2005. Excellent cut flower for us and will win in the shows.
Price: $6.50
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Chilson's Pride
This small pink and white 5" bloom was introduced in 1954. Very easy to grow for the beginner and still does well at the shows.
Price: $6.00
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Chimacum del Blomma
A very nice miniature ball. Will compete very well with Chimacum Troy in the south.
Price: $6.00
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Chimacum Pumpkin
A perfect little pompon. Easy to match in baskets.
Price: $7.00
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Chimacum Troy
A purple miniature ball that always wins.
Price: $6.00
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Citron de Cap
This variety stall 6+' tall in our garden with 7" fuzzy light yellow blooms with bronze blush over the center.
Price: $6.00
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Clara Huston
An orage incurve giant introduced in 1995. One of the nicest in our gardens.
Price: $7.00
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Clearview Misty
A 7" snow white medium with excellent form.
Price: $8.00
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Clyde's Choice
An orange giant that grows well in our garden. My favorite giant.
Price: $6.50
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Country Charm
A full size, non-fading pink and yellow medium. Don Warden introduced this beauty in 2001. A keeper.
Price: $6.50
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Country Cutie
A 5" orange small dahlia that wins at the midwest shows. Lots and lots of blooms.
Price: $6.00
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Country Hy-Lite
Don Warden introduced this yellow and orange 5" bloom in 2008. Full size 5' plant.
Price: $6.50
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Country Rose
A 6" bronze small from Don Warden.
Price: $6.00
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Country Sunshine
A 6" yellow medium introduced by Don Warden in 2002.
Price: $6.00
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Country Sweetheart
Don Warden introduced this 5" orange small in 2011. Prolific bloomer in our gardens and not a tall plant.
Price: $9.00
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Crazy 4 Jessie
A John Spangenberg incurve 5" small that is winning big at the shows. Best small dahlia at the 2010 ADS National show.
Price: $9.00
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Daisy
A dark pink mignon single that's a cutie in a dahlia border.
Price: $5.00
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Danum Meteor
If you like big red giants this one is for you. A 12" giant from England.
Price: $6.50
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Dixie's Winedot
This varigated yellow and Purple 8" bloom has been around since 1943. A different colored large dahlia.
Price: $6.50
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Eden Barbarossa
Lou Paradise introduced this red Ball in 2010. A good cut flower as well as a show flower. Does well in the heat of the south.
Price: $8.00
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Edna C
A beautiful yellow medium that still might be the best dahlia out there. A must have for the keen exhibitor.
Price: $6.50
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Elizabeth Hammett
This miniature 4" light lavender bloom was introduced in 1980. A very good that came out of New Zealand from Dr. Keith Hammett.
Price: $5.50
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Elma Elizabeth
This 9" lavender large formal decorative was introduced in 1993. Blooms late for us but well worth the wait if you like this petal formation.
Price: $6.50
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Elsie Huston
A dark pink large dahlia that shows well throughout the south. My favorite large to take to the shows.
Price: $6.50
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Embrace
A 5" small dahlia that shows well everywhere. A prolific bloomer with exquisite form.
Price: $6.50
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Hamari Accord
An 8" yellow semi-cactus that's always on the court of honor.
Price: $6.50
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Hamilton Lillian
A short plant producing orange formal 5" blooms.
Price: $6.00
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Hannah Baker
A laciniated dark pink and yellow 6" bloom introduced by Steve Nowotarski in 2001.
Price: $6.00
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Hilltop Big E
A 6" red formal that we are releasing this year. Showed well as a seedling.
Price: $9.00
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Hilltop Digger
A 4" red and bronze single. Covered with blooms the entire season.
Price: $8.00
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Hilltop Glo
A pink and white 5" formal decorative small that glows. Each petal is highlighted with a darker pink.
Price: $6.50
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Hilltop Ivan
A 5.5" dark purple ball that is holding it's own in a difficult class. A good seed producer.
Price: $6.50
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Hilltop Lost Treasure
Our dark pink and yellow full size medium that we released in 2011. Very nice blooms on a 3' plant.
Price: $12.00
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Hilltop Northern Beau
The Michigan boys talked us into releasing this flame medium. With 8" size and a good flame blend this blooms stands out in the garden.
Price: $10.00
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Hilltop Onyx
This chocolate colored 4" miniature is doing quite well at the shows. A robust plant with lots of blooms.
Price: $7.00
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Hilltop Sapphire
This beauty was released by us in 2004. A purple and white 6" small with ramrod stems that hold the bloom well above the foliage.
Price: $7.50
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Hilltop St. Charles
An orange and yellow 8" bloom that is doing well on the show benches. Our 2011 release that grows well everywhere.
Price: $14.00
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Hilltop Stella
Stella is a red and white bloomer on a 2.5' plant. It also does well in containers and massed in a border.
Price: $6.00
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Hilltop Sunfire
A 5" red and yellow incurve that we released a couple of years ago. Deeply incurved in the Midwest.
Price: $7.00
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Hilltop Tigger
A red single that looks more orange in our garden. Prolific.
Price: $5.00
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Hilltop Whiteside
A 2.5" miniature ball that has a lavender blush in our garden.
Price: $6.00
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Hilltop Zoe
Another red single with a dark disk center that we released in 2007. I use it alot in borders in my landscapes.
Price: $5.00
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Hollyhill Electra
Excellent doesn't come close to descibing the color and form of this 9" orange incurve from the Kennedys'. 11 years old and still wanted by many, many growers.
Price: $8.00
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Honka
One of the most grown orchids available. Shows well in the south and beautiful in borders. A good seed maker.
Price: $6.00
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Hotshot
This photo doesn't do this variety justice. A 5" orange semi-cactus for Kevin & Karen Larkin.
Price: $8.00
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Hy Debut
This variety was released by Wayne Holland in 2007. A 10" cactus with very good form makes this a desired variety.
Price: $7.50
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Hy Mom
This variety has been around for over 10 years and still showing well. A full size large dahlia on a 3.5" plant.
Price: $6.50
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Hy Patti
Wayne Holland named this variety after his wife. An orange formal variety the produces lots of blooms.
Price: $6.00
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Inflammation
One of the best mignon single is commerce. Been on the show tables since 1961.
Price: $5.00
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Inland Dynasty
A 11" beauty that is always on the court of honor. An easy to grow giant.
Price: $7.00
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Irene's Pride
A perennial favorite of exhibitors who like to show the big ones. A bronze semi-cactus beauty that has been winning for over 20 years.
Price: $7.00
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Irish Miss
A prolific purple and white pompon from Steve and Sandy Boley.
Price: $5.00
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Islander
A dark pink 10" variety that has been winning for almost 20 years. A much admired garden favorite.
Price: $6.50
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Ivory Palaces
A pale yellow giant that grows to size very easily. Plant height is only about 3'.
Price: $6.50
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Jax
A dark red fimbriated that stands tall above the rest. Stunning in the garden.
Price: $7.00
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Jess
Gilly Simmons released this 9" orange cactus over 10 years ago. It is still among the favorites of dahlia growers in the south.
Price: $7.00
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Jessica
A large demand for a variety that is always in short supply. A yellow and red 6" incurve that is always stunning. LIMITED
Price: $7.00
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Jim Dandy
A uniform purple and white 4" bloom on a healthy 5" plant.
Price: $6.00
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Jomanda
A very good orange 5" small that always does well. Blooms are held well above a 4' plant.
Price: $6.00
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Juanita
This dark red cactus has been around since 1951.
Price: $6.00
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Kelvin Floodlight
A 12" yellow easy to grow giant that was introduced in 1959
Price: $6.50
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Kenora Jubilee
Gordy Leroux introduced this 8" clear white semi-cactus dahlia 10 years ago. An easy to grow large on a 4-5' plant.
Price: $7.00
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Kenora Superb
Another Leroux introduction that was release in 1992. As the temps cool the orange and yellow fall colors just gets better on this 11" large.
Price: $6.50
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Kenora Wildfire
A 10' red semi-cactus large on a compact easy to grow plant. Grows well in the south.
Price: $6.50
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Kinetic
A 5" orange small from the Corralitos seed beds. This variety with it's frilly appearance is often best in section and has been best in show.
Price: $9.00
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Lady Darlene
A 8" red and yellow beauty always in demand. Not as prolific as we like but every bloom is worth the wait.
Price: $6.50
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Lismore Moonlight
A bright yellow pompon with a perfect globe shape.
Price: $6.00
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Little Willo
This dainty white beauty has been around since 1935. A bounty of white globes on a compact plant. Not a good tuber maker.
Price: $7.00
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Madison F
Ernie Fischer introduced this 7" beauty last year. A full size medium with a frilly appearance and very good color will soon be wanted by those who like lacinated blooms.
Price: $9.00
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Marie Schnugg
This red orchid has been around since 1973. Still being grown by many exhibitors. Good seed parent.
Price: $5.00
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Mickey D
This yellow and pink blended beauty came out of Canada from Ron Duxbury in 2009. A 7" medium that has looked good in our garden for the last 2 years.
Price: $7.00
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Mingus Laura
This introduction from Phil Mingus has been around for over 10 years. A full 8" red medium incurve that stands tall in the garden.
Price: $6.00
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Mingus Nicole
This 9" pink and yellow beauty was introduced in 2000 and still in high demand today. Stunning in our garden this year. Not a good tuber maker.
Price: $9.00
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Mingus Wesley
A 10" lavender and white semi-cactus large that has been around for 15 years. A tall grower from Mr. Mingus.
Price: $6.50
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Moor Place
It's not uncommon to see alot of these planted at Hilltop Gardens. What can I say--I like it. A purple(almost black) globe with very nice form.
Price: $6.00
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Ms. Kennedy
Another introduction from Steve and Sandy Boley. This miniature ball stands well above the foliage.
Price: $6.50
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Nenekazi
This dark pink and yellow 7" fimbriated medium does well on the show bench and as a cut flower. A beautiful blend in our garden.
Price: $6.50
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Nighthawk
If you like purple this one is for you. This 5.5" semi-cactus introduced in 2009 by Kevin and Karen Larkin is a staple in our cut flower market.
Price: $8.00
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Pam Howden
This yellow, orange and dark pink waterlily is the best of this type that we grow. The form is precise and the colors are outstanding.
Price: $7.00
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Parkland Rave
This variety was new to our gardens last year and it's found a home. A 6" lavender cactus that stands out from across the garden. Very good show flower.
Price: $7.00
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Penhill Dark Monarch
An easy to grow 12" giant. This purple and yellow bloom is produced on a tall plant.
Price: $6.50
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Penhill Moonrise
This 12+" yellow giant has been around the longest of any on the Penhill varieties. Giant blooms on a medium size plant
Price: $7.00
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Penhill Watermelon
BIG BIG BIG is the way to describe this blended giant. A tall grower over 6'.
Price: $6.50
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Pink Jupiter
After being around for 30 years we all wish we could grow this pink and dark pink 10" beauty as well as Lou Paradise. It's blooms like this that keep me trying.
Price: $6.50
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Pooh
What a cute little red and yellow collarette this one is. A bounty of blooms on a medium short plant.
Price: $5.50
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Pop Willo
A very good show variety pompon. Light shades of bronze globes on 2.5' plant. Introduced in 1970
Price: $6.00
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Primrose Pet
This yellow 6" stellar came from the Ambrose's gardens in 2003. A tall plant that grows well in the south.
Price: $6.50
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Rembrant
This dark red mignon single we use in almost all of our landscape borders. Less than 1' tall and covered with blooms the entire season.
Price: $5.00
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Rose Toscano
A shorter plant with 4" light orange formal blooms. Does well in the shows.
Price: $5.50
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Ryecroft Jan
Introduced in 2001 this 4" white formal bloom is produced on 6' plants. Flowers held well above the foliage.
Price: $6.50
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Sandia Showboat
This Boley intro is classed as yellow in 2001 but this 6" waterlily is almost white in our garden
Price: $6.00
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Scarbourgh Brilliant
In 1988 this variety was released in England and slowly found it's way here. This 6" purple, dark pink and white incurve is a garden favorite.
Price: $6.50
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Show-n-Tell
A 10" red and yellow fimbriated large is hard to beat. Blooms late but worth the wait.
Price: $6.50
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Snoho Doris
Introduced in 2000 as still going strong. This red and bronze ball is tops in both color and form.
Price: $6.50
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Sorbet
New to our garden in 2011 and an instant hit. This 6" white and purple knockout improves in color when the temps start going down.
Price: $7.00
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Spartacus
A 10" dark red that always wows everyone. This beauty was released in 1993 and is a perennial winner at the shows.
Price: $6.50
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Speedway Sunrise
This is the second introduction from Ernie Fischer in 2011. A 6" frilly yellow that will soon catch on at the shows.
Price: $8.00
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Stoneleigh Joyce
A very good red pompon introduced in 1974. Brought back to our garden by popular demand.
Price: $6.00
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Sugartown Sunrise
Steve Thomas introduced this 4" lavender and yellow miniature in 1999. Grows well even in the south.
Price: $6.00
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Summer Rain
This 7-8" bronze medium has perfect form. An introduction from Kevin and Karen Larkin in 2005.
Price: $6.50
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Taratahi Lilac
Shortly after it was introduced in 1996 it left New Zealand and arrived here from across the pond. A beautiful 6" incurve of lavender and white that stands out well in the garden. Not a good tuber maker but well worth the trouble.
Price: $7.00
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Tiny
A 2005 introduction from Ferd Ahl that we released. This bronze pompon is very prolific on a robust 5' plant.
Price: $6.00
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Trooper Dan
Maybe the best of the best. This 10" yellow semi-cactus large grows to perfection for us. Blooms early in our garden.
Price: $10.00
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Valley Porcupine
This 4" pink and white beauty definitely belongs in the novelty class. Unique petal formation makes this bloom stand out.
Price: $7.00
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Vassio Meggos
A 10" lavender color sport of Spartacus. Steve Meggos introduced this one in 2005. The first of several sports that he has.
Price: $7.00
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Verda
My favorite white of anything big or small. Curtis Maxwell introduced this snow white 10" variety in 1994. Blooms come to size easily above very handsome foliage.
Price: $7.00
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Vicki
Mr Goss from the National Capital Society introduced this stunner in 1987. Stock was almost lost throughout the years but we are proud to be offering it for 2012.
Price: $7.00
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Weston Pirate
A prolific 4" dark red cactus that's easy to match for baskets. A great garden flower.
Price: $6.00
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Weston Spanish Dancer
A red and yellow cactus stand out. Introduced in 2000.
Price: $6.00
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Wildwood Marie
This dark pink waterlily was introduced in 1993. Very pleasing color and grows well in the south.
Price: $6.00
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Windhaven Blush
Bob Romano introduced this 9" yellow semi-cactus in 2001. With a bronze blush in the middle it is a very nice bloom.
Price: $6.50
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Woodlands Wildthing
A great show flower and garden flower also. Bill Mishler introduced this 8" orange beauty in 2000. Grows well in the south.
Price: $6.50
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Zorro
A dark red 11" standout that has been winning and winning since 1987. Wish I could grow it like Dick Westfall.
Price: $7.00
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