Verrone's Obsidian

Black for possible contrast

The Verrone's Obsidian dahlia is really an unusual variety and almost not recognized as a type of dahlia. The real fans will certainly value the Veronne’s Obsidian. The dark, almost black star shaped flower provides a distinct contrast in the garden. The name derives from obsidian, a dark colored volcanic glass often used in jewelry as a gem quality semi-precious stone with the appearance of crystal. Bees and butterflies will always be found in the vicinity of these Verrone's Obsidian dahlias.

Price per 1 tuber clump

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$9.00
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Type of product Dahlia tubers
Color Red
Planting period Spring, after the last frost
Flowering period July-November
Flower size M
Flower shape Single flower
Attracts bees and butterflies Yes
Height 70 cm / 27"
Number per package 1 dahlia tuber clump