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<I>Dahlia</i> 'Verrone's Obsidian'
<I>Dahlia</i> 'Verrone's Obsidian'

Dahlia 'Verrone's Obsidian'

A single row of inrolled, deepest red (near black) petals surround a sunburst-like eye, which acts as a beacon to bees. The...

3 litre pot
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1 × tuber
available to order from winter
3 × tubers
£12.00 £14.97
available to order from winter
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