dahlegria orange yellow tip

Dahlegria Orange Yellow Tip

dahlegria orange yellow tip

With a dark foliage and an eye-catching bicolor orange yellow tip, dahlegria is sure to stand out in the garden center. This vigorous series is a great choice for beds and container displays.

These single Dahlias produce blooms with a single outer ring of florets that occasionally overlap – around a central disc that superficially resembles a daisy.

Little Oranges

Little Oranges are a great plant for landscaping. They are a mound-forming plant that features brightly contrasting single flowers.

They are available in many colors including yellow, orange, and pink. They are perfect for borders, containers, and even indoors as a decorative focal point.

There are several varieties of small oranges, so it can be difficult to choose one that is right for you. Some of the most common varieties include:

Jescot Julie

Dahlia ‘Jescot Julie’ is an elegant variety of dahlia that is especially popular with flower arrangers. Its distinctive semi-double flowers come in gold, orange and copper.

It also has a darker reverse with hints of raspberry and purple. It is one of cut flower expert Sarah Raven’s favorites.

Dahlia ‘Jescot Julie’ can be cultivated in any well-drained soil, but the planting location or culture soil should be changed every year. This will reduce the incidence of grey mold, a common pest problem for dahlia ‘Jescot Julie’.

Myrtle’s Folly

The twisted, multihued petals of Myrtle’s Folly are sure to mesmerize your guests as they enter your garden. This dinnerplate dahlia has pom-pom-esque flowers that flutter up to 4 ft tall with strong stems and is a delight in the garden and as a cut flower. Like all dahlias, Myrtle’s Folly requires moisture retentive soil to thrive. It’s ideal for the mid-border as it mingles with other blooms. It can be planted in full sun, or in partial shade.

Normandy Orange Fluff

A favorite of many, Orange Fluff is a classic dessert that is easy to make and perfect for serving as an appetizer or side dish. It is also a great recipe to make in advance and store in the fridge. The key is to mix it up as soon as possible because it will have a tendency to get runny and melty over time. This is a dessert that you will want to make with your family again and again.