Don’t miss the dazzling displays of more than 400 dahlias at Hever Castle & Gardens this September. Created by Darren from our gardening team, this vibrant border provides a wonderful display of colour in the early Autumn. Often flowering until the first frosts, dahlias offer a wide range of flower types. Elegant waterlily shapes, cactus-flowered and pom-pom forms can all been seen in the gardens at Two Sister’s Lawn.
They are enjoying a much deserved return to popularity so we wanted to share with you a few of our favourites – enjoy!
1.This first dahlia is ‘Wootton Impact’. These Medium-flowered semi-cactus dahlias have fully double flowerheads and light bronze-yellow flowers.
2.Pam Howden is our second dahlia. This gorgeous waterlily variety with its peachy-orange petals, hints of fuchsia and glowing yellow centre works well in the garden and in a vase.
3.Next up we have chosen the Trelyn Crimson. The vivid red collerette with white flecks on tips of collars makes this one rather distinctive.
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