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Dahlia 'Rebecca's World' - dahlia - Asteraceae (The Aster Family)
Dahlia 'Rebecca's World' - 'Rebecca's World' is a crazy phenomenon of a dahlia with crimson flowers that fade to white and white flowers that deepen to red - all on the SAME plant! Cool!
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'Rebecca's World' is a decorative-type dahlia that is a real phenomenon with flowers that start crimson and fade to white, others that start white and change to crimson, and still others that emerge bicoloured and remain as is - all on the SAME plant. You know have to see this for yourself! Dahlias are hardy to the winter temperatures of coastal BC but not to the winter wet. Grow outside in locations that are dry in winter or lift and store in a cool, dry location indoors like everyone else does.
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Soil Moisture: Average, Dry
Flowering Time: Summer - Fall
Foliage Colour: Green
Deer Resistant: Unknown
Geographical Origin: Miscellaneous - Garden Origin
BC Native: No
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