Single Flowered Dahlias
Single Flowered Dahlias produce a profusion of tall flowers with striking foliage.
Chocolate-bronze foliage with apricot blooms, is a match made in heaven when seen on Dahlia ‘Happy Single Date’. The colour mix is perfect for taking your garden from mid-summer, through to the end of autumn, blending well with both summery pastels, and rich autumnal tones.
The single daisy-like flowers feature soft peach petals which deepen to a ring of orange-red around a pollen-rich centre.
Expect a long season of glorious blooms which provide the perfect landing-pad for pollinators and make wonderful cut flowers.
Great for large, bold feature pots and for planting in mixed borders with shrubs and grasses.
Edge of Joy
Dahlia ‘Edge of Joy’ effortlessly lives up to its name, providing a pleasing reminder of nature’s power to lift the spirits. Eye-catching, pristine white petals are accentuated by deep maroon edges, sparkling radiantly amongst your borders. The boldly contrasting colours impart a vivacious, uplifting energy, offering nature's remedy to a dull day. This dahlia is a single-type flower with an open, seemingly smiling face and golden centre. The pollen-packed central disc acts as a beacon for bees and butterflies, offering a feast for fluttering visitors. Flowering enthusiastically from July until the first frosts, ‘Edge of Joy’ will deliver a potent dose of cheer to your garden.
Fire & Ice
Single-flowered dahlia ‘Fire & Ice’ is a compact dahlia plant, ideal for containers, pots, and for planting near the front of a summer border.
Large, distinctive blooms feature wide white petals with bold red stripes. This fresh and eye-catching dahlia will produce an abundance of flowers over several months. Keep picking and deadheading to promote more flowers.
Combine in a mixed border or large container with plenty of lush foliage plants and some airier stems for a bountiful, long-lasting display.
A beautiful dahlia from the Happy Single series, ‘Flame’ features striking red and yellow bi-coloured petals. At the heart of each bloom is a deep-burgundy centre, highly attractive to hungry pollinators.
A mass of healthy, almost-black foliage ensures the colourful flowers glow like embers in the border. Suitable for planting in large pots and containers for an endless summer of flowers, blooming until frosty weather descends.
Looks wonderful grown within a medley of richly coloured dahlias, cosmos, and ornamental grasses for a long-lasting show.
Happy Days Cherry Red
Compact dahlia ‘Happy Days Cherry Red’ is a petite and showy, scarlet-red single-flowered dahlia – perfect for pots, window-boxes, and colourful bedding schemes.
Flaming daisy-like blooms contrast dramatically against handsome, dark foliage which is deeply cut and allows the large velvet flowers to pop.
Attractive to bees, butterflies and other pollinators, this striking dahlia will flower with gusto for months on end, adding vibrance and cheer to your garden.
Dahlia ‘Happy Days Cherry Red’ combines well with long-lasting grasses, taller architectural plants and dark foliage perennials.
Happy Days Cream White
Black foliage provides a wonderful contrast to the creamy-white blooms of dahlia ‘Happy Days Cream White’. A stunning dahlia which makes an exceptionally long-lasting container plant, pushing out blooms from July until the first frosts.
Golden yellow, nectar-packed centres at the heart of each bloom are a magnet to pollinators including bees and butterflies. The ivory velvet petals are delicately streaked with pink, adding further texture and refinement to this sophisticated dahlia.
Happy Days Lemon
Welcome the positive spirit of dahlia 'Happy Days Lemon' into your garden and bask in its soft radiance. Pale yellow petals capture the hazy glow of a misty dawn light, full of promise for a pleasant day ahead. Like the first light at sunrise, this dahlia exudes a quiet charm to gently elevate your spirits. The ‘Happy Days’ series features single-type blooms with a golden boss of stamens – a superb choice to tempt bees and butterflies into your garden. Valiantly flowering until the first frosts, these delicate blooms are an enchanting sight late in the season.
Amidst a vast array of over 50,000 cultivars, dahlia ‘Mexican Star’ harks back to its roots, embracing the simple elegance of the original species. The first dahlias were single, with crimson red petals and an open, golden centre – a far cry from some of the overly elaborate varieties we see today. Originating from the mountain regions of Mexico and revered by the Aztecs, dahlias proudly wear the crown as the national flower there. ‘Mexican Star’ echoes the vibrant spirit of its heritage and will be equally at home in your garden, flowering energetically for months on end.
Single Flowered Mix
This balanced mix of single-flowered dahlias will bloom in a stunning range of gemstone colours, all at varying heights. Excellent for adding warmth and bursts of long-lasting colour to borders and containers, the pollinator-friendly blooms will flower from midsummer up until the first hard frost.
Dahlias bloom prolifically and by deadheading the spent flowers, you will ensure a constant stream of daisy-shaped blooms. Perhaps cut a few stems to enjoy inside the home.
The gold-flecked, pollen-rich centres are a haven for bees and butterflies who will flock to feast on their nectar.