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by Sarah on February 25, 2004 02:01 PM
Hi,

Im a stage management student at LAMDA trying to prop for a production of Arcadia (by Tom Stoppard) and we need a pot of dwarf dahlias but it has been requested that it is a pot of not modern looking dahlias. can anyone help? even just an image of what they might look like would be really helpful

Sarah
by weezie13 on February 25, 2004 04:02 PM
Sarah,
Welcome to The Garden Helpers Forum!!
We are glad you found us!!!

You said you needed a picture of a Dahlia?

TYPES OF DAHLIA

google search of dahlia pictures

Here's some pictures,
I am not sure what they would consider an
old fashion one or NOT a modern one,

Me the one's that I think of when I think of a dahlia are round, nice shaped
close up shot of a dahlia

But what would be considered no new, ??
I am no expert on them..

Do you garden at all??
Just curious??
Hope you come back and visit the forum,
we have alot of great sections here.
And we have several londoners here,
One of our forum hostesses, Loz, is formerly
from there, and also jogger and oh, my gosh,
a couple other's but it's too early in the
morning for me....

Hope I've helped!
Weezie

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by papito on February 26, 2004 05:05 PM
Sarah,

This might help you in selecting the dwarf Dahlia for the play from the pictures that Weezie posted.

Description of dwarf Dahlia

See page 22.

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