Amateur Gardening

For bolder borders choose Dahlias

NCE seen as unfashionable, dahlias have staged a comeback in recent years and their newfound popularity shows no sign of waning. That’s largely because these incredibly varied plants offer something for every taste, whether bold and blowsy or classic and elegant. They’re versatile, too:

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