Dahlias Topmix produces a wealth of small attractive flowers. An excellent border plant.
Dahlia ‘Topmix Pink’ is a sweet, petite dahlia, bearing masses of single pink blooms from July to October.
The pollinator-friendly, daisy-like flowers bloom on strong, dark stems rising from a bed of attractive green foliage. Deadhead spent blooms on a regular basis to promote the formation of new buds.
With a neat and compact habit, Topmix dahlias are perfect for growing in containers, or at the forefront of garden borders.
Combine with taller dahlias such as the orange pompons of ‘Bantling’, for a contrast in shape and colour.
Throughout summer and autumn, dahlia ‘Topmix Red’ will bear masses of cardinal red blooms atop strong burgundy stems.
Attractive to butterflies and bees, the single daisy-shaped flowers are a perfect choice for pollinator-friendly gardens.
Topmix dahlias have a neat and compact growth habit, reaching a maximum height and spread of 50cm, which makes them an excellent choice for eye-catching pots.
Pick stems to enjoy inside your home in floral displays, and deadhead regularly for a constant stream of crimson flowers.
An impactful dahlia for pretty pots and containers, ‘Topmix Salmon’ blooms from July, until the first frosts.
A ring of apricot-blush and coral petals surrounds a bright yellow, nectar-rich heart to form the charming, single flowers. Adored by pollinators such as bees and fluttering butterflies which will gather in your garden in summer. The daisy-shaped blooms appear in abundance, rising up from a bed of neat, lush foliage.
Grow in a large container, or near the front of a garden border in a Venetian palette of reds for a luxuriant, rich display.
Dahlia ‘Topmix White’ produces an abundant flow of pure-white, daisy-like blooms all summer.
The simple, single flowers are held up to face towards the sun, on strong, straight stems from a neat mound of foliage.
Excellent for container planting, and for growing near the front of a garden border. We think this looks superb in an all-white and green, fresh planting design.
This floriferous, petite dahlia can be used for cutting, which will promote even more pristine flowers to form on the plants.
Soft, lemon yellow blooms top straight stems on charming dahlia ‘Topmix Yellow’.
A single-flowered, compact dahlia which is perfect for pretty pots and illuminating borders - it is adored by summer pollinators.
Flowers until the first frost in late autumn, when you should move your containers undercover for the colder months, or protect and dig the tubers out from garden beds for winter storage.
This zestful, petite dahlia mixes well with bright orange and crisp white shades for a fresh-looking display.
An exuberant mix of charming dwarf dahlias, producing an abundance of blooms from July until late autumn.
Our ‘Topmix Mixed’ collection contains 5 varieties of pretty, petite dahlias which bear single flowers in a range of fashionable colours. Plant together in a garden border, or split the set up to spread throughout the garden and fill pots with long-lasting colour.
‘Topmix’ dahlias have been bred for their versatility and high production of simple, pollinator-friendly flowers.
Mixes well in a large container and garden border with taller dahlia varieties; grow next to anemone-flowered dahlias and the single ‘Bishop’ series for a wildlife-friendly, colourful show.