Recent Examples of dahlia from the Web
Wow, what a year for flowers: peonies, dahlias, glads, ligularias — and most others for that matter.
Dig up corms and tubers of gladioli, dahlias and tuberous begonias after the foliage dies.
Juried exhibition of dahlias from exhibitors throughout the Midwest will be on display.
Tables topped with arrangements of white dahlias and flickering candles offered a splendid environment to wind down the week, which for many was packed with too many appointments and not enough sleep.
Each models’ nails were given a tiny half-moon of no polish to go with their glossy manicures of cherry red, peach, coral, slate gray, dahlia, or black.
Experienced growers on hand to answer all questions about growing and showing dahlias.
The wedding itself started with a champagne cocktail hour in a dahlia garden that allowed guests to take in their surroundings.
Lawrence hit the red carpet in NYC wearing an entire bouquet of orchids, clematis, dahlias, scabiosas, and japanese greens pinned throughout her twisted updo.
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Origin and Etymology of dahlia
First Known Use: 1835See Words from the same year
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