Dahlias in the News

Learn to grow colorful, dazzling dahlias in Oregon

The Oregonian/OregonLive – Kym Pokorny

Dahlias are addictive, at least for Julie Huynh Moore, an Oregon State University master gardener, who plans to grow 2,000 by the end of May.   Read more.


Flower Power Garden Hour Podcast features our own Kristine Albrecht

Kristine Albrecht, ADS member and Genome Project co-ordinator, was recently featured on the  Flower Power Garden Hour Podcast talking about – what else – dahlias!  Listen to the podcast here (scroll down to the December 20, 2020 podcast).   Great job Kristine.


Terry and Bob Schroeder are lauded by the Kitsap Sun

Kitsap Sun – Josh Farley

The year brought a bumper crop to the beds of Bob and Terry Schroeder’s dahlias, whose colors dazzle the surroundings of their Tracyton Boulevard home.  Read more.


When “days get gloomy”. Anne Curtis looks to daughter  to “brighten my days”


New mom Anne Curtis looks to her daughter Dahlia to brighten her days, the actress said Sunday, as she celebrated the baby’s 5th month since being born. Read more.


Dahlia Garden is in full bloom at Seattle’s Volunteer Park

K5 News, Seattle

It’s the flower of summer and the dahlia garden in Volunteer Park is at peak bloom right now.  Read more.


Friends of the Elkhart County Parks honor McQuithy “Mac” Boyer.

The Elkhart Truth

Anyone who has ever admired the dahlia garden at Bonneyville Mill County Park has experienced the dedication of McQuithy “Mac” Boyer. Read more.


Patterns in Nature Video

Found on Facebook, fb.com/ScienceNaturePage – Hashem Al-Ghaili

Lovely movie of flowers (many dahlias included) blossoming.  View video.  Be sure you have your sound turned on.


This Week in the Garden: Potts twins growing a love for dahlias

Santa Cruz Sentinel – Sharon Hull

If you love flowers, you know that dahlias are wonderful plants to grow. They produce multiple blossoms that are superb for cutting (long-lasting in arrangements) over a very long season.  Read more.


Dahlias: showstoppers for every garden

Sooke News Mirror

Dahlias come in a plethora of gorgeous colours – from bold and vibrant to soft and pastel, solid and patterned. Plants range in height from one to more than six feet, and the blooms, which are categorized into groups displaying particular characteristics, can vary from two inches to a foot in diameter.  Read more.