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FIMBRIATED DAHLIAS

Fimbriated dahlias have blooms where the tips of the ray florets should be evenly split or notched into two or more divisions, uniformly throughout the bloom to create a fringed overall effect. The petals may be flat, involute, revolute, straight, incurving or twisted.

Fimbriation can occur with any petal formation, but it is most prevalent with Cactus and Semi-Cactus forms. As some petals are split into more than two ends, these dahlias are known as Laciniated in North America.

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Jennie, medium semi-cactus

The following list includes the varieties listed by the NDS in 2012.

There are no Giant or Large Fimbriated Dahlias listed.

The following are Medium Fimbriated Dahlias

variety

colour

use

intro

raiser

country

height

Apache

R.

G.

1960

Bruidegom

NL

90

Jean Ellen

Y.

E.G.

2010

godsmark

UK

120

Jennie

Y.-Pk.Bls.

E.G.

1993

Traff

USA

120

Kenora Macop-B

R.

E.

1993

Leroux

USA

100

Marlene Joy

W.-Pk.Bic.

G.C.

1989

steenfott

USA

120

My Beverly

Y.R..Bic

E.G.

2001

simmons

 

120

Nargold

O.

E.G.

1994

higgo

SA

90

Nenekazi

Br.-Pk.Bls

E.G.

1997

higgo

SA

120

Pinelands Pam

Y.-R.Bls

E.G.

1999

higgo

SA

135

Promise

Y.

G.

1959

Bruidegom

NL

120

Tioga Chantilly

Pk.Bls

E.

2000

geisert

usa

 

Tioga Seahawk

O.-Pk.Bls

E.

1999

Geisert

USA

120

Tioga Spice

R.-Br.Bls.

E

1994

Geisert

USA

120

White Lace

W.

E.G.

2003

eckhoff

USA

0

The following are Small Fimbriated Dahlias

variety

colour

use

intro

raiser

country

height

Angora

W.

G.

1960

Piper

UK

 

White Lace

W.

E.G.

2003

eckhoff

USA

0

There are no Miniature Fimbriated Dahlias listed

Subtype

(Lil.) indicates a lilliput dahlia, which is usually less than 15 inches (45cms) in height and with flowers not normally bigger than 2 inch diameter.

(Dw.B.) indicates a dwarf bedding variety which does not normally exceed 24 inches (60cms) in height

Use

C. indicates suitable as a cut flower, ie it has long wiry stems.

E. indictes the variety is suitable for exhibition purposes.

G. indictes suitable for general garden use.

P. indicates the variety is suitable for growing in pots or patio containers.

Dual indictes that the variety is valid for more than one size classification

Some examples of Fimbriated Dahlias

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Angora

Small Fimbriated

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Anna Marie

Small Fimbriated

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Fidalgo Climax

Large Fimbriated

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Hannah Baker

Small Fimbriated

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Cyril Higgo

Large Fimbriated

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Kenora Macop B

Medium Fimbriated

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Kenora Spirit

Medium Fimbriated

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Lipstick

Medium Fimbriated

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Marlene Joy

Medium Fimbriated

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My Beverley

Medium Fimbriated

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Nenekazi

Medium Fimbriated

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Septeember Song

Medium Fimbriated

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Show'n'Tell

Large Fimbriated

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Snoho Wonder

Medium Fimbriated

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Tioga Chantilly

Medium Fimbriated

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seedling

Medium Fimbriated

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seedling

Medium Fimbriated

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Amgard Impossible

Single Fimbriated

Le Feu du Soleil

(Medium Fimbriated)

White Lace

Small/Medium Fimbriated

Thomas McNulty

Fimbriated Star

Last updated February 13, 2013

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