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FOTD – March 20 – Dahlia Front and Back

Welcome to my Flower of the Day Challenge (FOTD).  During the winter months, please feel free to use your archives and find some old favorite photos.

Please feel free to post every day or when you you feel like it.  Don’t forget that my FOTD challenge accepts gardens, leaves and berries as well as flowers.

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  1. That is really cool Cee. I wouldn’t have thought of that shot. I would have tried to get a single bloom without seeing that this double shot would be more interesting. Your eye is at first tricked into thinking you are seeing two dahlias, but then you realize one is from behind. Just awesome. Hugs!

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  2. I took a little turn from dreaming of spring to remember autumn. We found our missing crocuses, so now we have two — TWO — bunches of them, in the garden and in front of the garden wall.

    Your dahlia is amazing — as are all your dahlias. Nice of them to grow back to back for you.

    I wish I could grow dahlias. We are just outside their growing area — just one tick above. Given the strange weather, that might change.


    • Dahlias are actually quite hard to grow and keep them healthy. Swan island really takes care of theirs. There is a trick when they get so big, you have to cut them back so their stems grow strong and produce more flowers. Otherwise their stems are week and if you water or gets lots of rain, the stems break.

      Little dahlia trivia for the day. 😀


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