to the Puget Sound Dahlia Association.
We hope you will enjoy your visit to our WWW site.
Please feel free to wander around.
Comments and questions are always welcome.
Kelsey Annie Joy
|Sign-up for the ADS E-Newsletter. The newsletter is for anyone interested in growing dahlias; membership to the ADS is not necessary and it is free.||You can be included by going to Sign me up|
|Federation Of Northwest Dahlia Growers||Washington State Dahlia Society|
|Vancouver Dahlia Society||Kitsap County Dahlia Society||Whatcom County Dahlia Society|
Commercial Growers within PSDA
We have several members who sell their tubers to the general public. Please pay them a visit.
|Birch Bay Dahlias||The Dahlia Barn|
|J & C Dahlias||Verrone's Pride of the Prairie Dahlia's|
|The American Dahlia Society||You can find lots of information including the Classification of Dahlias.|
|The Colorado Dahlia Society||One of the best sites covering dahlias.|
|The National Dahlia Society Of New Zealand|
|The Seattle Dahlia Society|
Other sources of information of interest to the Dahlia Grower
|DAHLIA SHOWS - The Calendar of North American Dahlia Shows||A list of North American Dahlia Shows.|
|A Directory of Open Dahlia Gardens of North America.||Want to visit some dahlia gardens? Here is a list of gardens throughout the US. Check it out and enjoy.|
|A listing of Other Tuber Sales.||Complete State by State list of sales. Find the nearest one to you and stock up.|
|Growing Dahlias in San Francisco Bay Area||A Monthly Guide for Growing Dahlias in the Bay Area by Ted Marr, Deborah Dietz, Rose Marr.|
|Volunteer Park||We maintain a beautiful dahlia garden in Volunteer Park on Capitol Hill, at 1400 E. Galer Street. Enter near the water tower and drive past the Asian Art Museum. The demonstration garden is across the street from the Conservatory in front of the rhododendrons. (The ConservatoryÃ¢€™s phone number is 206-684-4743.)|
|Shading Dahlias With Umbrellas||The way we do it - Don & Carroll McAllister. Don gives tips on the use of umbrellas to bring out the true colors.|
|Of Dahlia Myths and Aztec Mythology||Martin Kral's long-promised intentions are now present as his Dahlia Myths work in one tidy publication. This expanded and well-illustrated booklet challenges several of the assumptions that dahlia growers and many writers have held. The aim is to present empirical research in a readable format and so correct the historical record. In a number of points it backs up the contentions of Dr. Keith Hammett and other biologists; it also contradicts what you may have heard before. Read it now.|
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