Tuesday, January 25, 2022
Small Victoria Ann Dahlia Blossoms Feature Purple Beauty
The Victoria Ann dahlia is classified as a small (BB) dahlia four to six inches in diameter. It is semi-cactus in form and it is listed as light in color, but the photos I took at The Dahlia Garden in Golden Gate Park were graced with a darker to lighter, blended purple. It was introduced in 2003 by N. Gittz. The ADS Classification Code is 3210. This perennial requires full sun. It is deer-resistent. You can grow it in a 3-gallon container on up or in the ground. These photos were taken in San Francisco.
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Labels: dahlia, dahlias, floral, flower, flower photographer, flower photographs, flower photography, flowers, Glenn Franco Simmons, purple flowers, San Francisco, Victoria Ann dahlia
Location: San Francisco, CA, USA
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