At first glance these may look like daises to some, dahlia singles come in a wide range of colors and size and they have broad flat petal that give them more substance and a wow factor in the garden.
These are the easiest to cultivate, since bees love them and they have the most common genes that look like their ancestors from Mexico. Many dahlias grown from seeds will be open centers with 1 row of petals. These are still cultivated for traits of interesting colors and regular petal formations.
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