Dahlia Night Butterfly
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Dahlia Night Butterfly

SKU: 2231 Sold out
$4.95

Shipping Window for this product: Begins March 2019

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The scoop on Dahlia Night Butterfly

Shaped like a child's simple drawing of a flower, but with the texture of striated suede and color like a fine merlot, Night Butterfly is our choice to represent collarette dahlias. This form has a single layer of flat petals with a second tuft of shorter wavy rays, a little floral collar, encircling the center. Night Butterfly sometimes grows shorter, about 24" in year one, but in subsequent years matures to 30-36" and produces an unbelievable number of flowers. This argues for planting in a container and overwintering in a non-freezing garage, to be enjoyed next season, too.

Why Grow Medium Garden Dahlias?

  • Few flowers offer the color and form diversity of dahlias
  • Fool your friends; they'll never believe that this is a dahlia
  • Night Butterfly has long flower stems, perfect for cutting

Dahlia tubers can be saved, divided and shared. Click on the Dahlia Planting Guide button, right, for details and growing tips.

Botanical Name: Dahlia
Common Name: Dahlia Night Butterfly
Growing Zones: Grow in zones 4-8S/9W, lift and store tubers indoors for winter where ground freezes
Sun/Shade: Full sun, 3/4 day sun in south
Flower Color: 3-4" cranberry and white "collared' blooms
Height: 3 feet
Plant/Bulb Size: Multi-eyed bulb/tuber clumps
Season: Summer into fall
Bloom Timing: Mid-summer to frost