Bright, colorful dahlias are easily recognizable for their large, broad flower heads that come in a wide range of sizes and shapes. They thrive in full sun and bloom from mid-summer to fall. They were commonly found in French gardens of all types during the 19th century, and Monet grew several varieties, including cactus dahlias, in his flower garden.


  • Title: Dahlia
  • Location: 19.3606698,-99.159692514
  • Type: plant
  • Contributor: The New York Botanical Garden
  • Original Source: find out more garden navigator
  • Rights: © The New York Botanical Garden

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