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Dahlia Color Palettes

Finding dahlia varieties with the perfect muted colors that designers can actually use in their high end floral work has been an ongoing quest here at Floret. Slowly, and through a ton of trialing, our collection of treasures has been steadily growing.

If you’re growing for wedding florists, to supplement your own event work, or just to make beautiful things, I’m hopeful that these dahlia color palettes will help and inspire you in choosing what to grow this year.

All but one of the varieties featured below are in our shop and will be going on sale very soon. If you want to have some serious fun, you can now sort all of the varieties by individual, or combined colors. A total dream come true for a color nut like me! To get an early heads up on when they will go on sale, be sure to sign up for our NEWSLETTER.

floret_dahlia-rainbow_img_5607Blush Dahlias: Café au Lait, Appleblossom, Castle Drive, Jowey Winnie, Bracken Rose, Valley Porcupine, Alloway Candy.

floret_dahlia-rainbow_670b9174Buttercream Dahlias: Formby Crest, Big Brother, Appleblossom, Bracken Palomino, Valley Tawny, Seattle, Breakout, Rock Run Ashley, Penhill Watermelon, Blyton Softer Gleam, Irish Pinwheel, Suncrest, Golden Scepter.

floret_dahlia-rainbow_670b9087Raspberry Dahlias: Jowey Winnie, Mystique, Labyrinth, Penhill Dark Monarch, Koko Puff, Bacardi, Waltzing Mathilda, Bracken Rose, Sonic Bloom.

floret_dahlia-rainbow_670b9193Orange Dahlias: Maarn, Hy Suntan, Jomanda, Bedhead, Valley Rust Bucket, Beatrice, David Howard, Moonlight Sonata, Amber Queen, Hamari Gold, Punkin Spice, Ginger Willo, Kenora Lisa.

floret_dahlia-rainbow_img_2323Rust Dahlias: Intrigue, Amber Queen, Punkin Spice, Terracotta, Irish Pinwheel, Hy Suntan, Crichton Honey, Totally Tangerine, Sherwood’s Peach, Valley Tawny, Ginger Willo.

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About Ashraf Akkilah

Ashraf Akkilah
Architecture and design is my passion. I'm an architect who is interested in building design and decor trends. I'm also interested in sculpture design and landscaping. I'm "outdoor" architect who love to be involved in the project site and supervise finishing and final touches works. I had contributed to many construction and decor projects.

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