New release 2021 dahlias

New release 2021 dahlias

New Release 2021

Florelie new release dahlias for 2021

I am delighted to introduce you to our 2021 new release dahlias! Releasing a new dahlia from our farm takes 3 years of growing and evaluating, discarding varieties along the way until the ones which prove they are keepers remain.

Florelie Joy

A bright pink bloom with peachy undertones and a purpley center. Miniature decorative. 

 

Florelie Oracle

Dusty pink with little gold tips. Excellent cut flower, reliable and productive. A personal favourite as well as very popular with the florists we supply. 

 

Florelie Pirouette

A beautiful pastel pink dahlia with a pale lemony centre. This variety is a bit later to start blooming on our farm but once it starts every harvestable stem is snapped up for orders. If you live in a warmer climate with a longer flowering season it would be worth trialling this one.

 

Florelie Rosetta

A lovely bright red and a great cut flower variety. Ball shaped blooms are firm to the touch and long lasting in the vase. 

 

Florelie Sunburst

A bright yellow decorative bloom. This variety was an exclusive release to workshop attendees in 2021 and a competition was held to name the variety. It will be released to the public in 2022.

 

Florelie Queen of Hearts

A rich plum tone with a high petal count. Plants are productive and consistently flower throughout the season. I’d recommend this as a garden variety but not for a flower farm. Stem length is slightly shorter than required for commercial cut flowers but fine for cutting and putting in a vase at home. The layers of petals remind me of the Victorian ‘ruff’ a pleated collar historically worn by the elite including kings and queens of England. 

 

I hope you have loved reading about these new varieties we are releasing in 2021.

You can purchase tubers for most of these varieties in my online shop sometime between July-November each year.

If you have a question that I didn’t answer please send me an email at hello@florelie.com.au and let me know, chances are there are others who are wondering the exact same thing and I can include it in the FAQ section below for future readers.

Happy growing!

Lorelie 

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Lorelie / Florelie

Lorelie Merton. Flower farmer. Cut flower grower and dahlia tuber seller at Florelie Seasonal Flowers in Bungaree, near Ballarat, Victoria Australia. Dahlia grower, Australian dahlia tuber sales.
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