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Three versions of a recently opened Dahlia.
The Headgardener is completely surprised as is not one seen before in the garden.
A mutant, maybe a sport--- you could get lucky and have a variety named after you!
And what a coat if you want unusual this is the one beautiful.
My biologist husband, Garrath, described this as
"A right old mutation," and told me to tell you to tell HG to make the most of it, she will never see it again.
Fabulous flower portrait in V1 and after what Garrath has warned, one to be carefully preserved.
Wonderful and never to be seen again
What a beautiful surprise - don't delete these images, this may be a once in a lifetime event.
Beautiful, #2 for me. breed em on, sell em. i'd buy several.
Superb markings, Rock.
A very beautiful dahlia mutation, Rock, you must try and save any seeds that it produces, could be the start of a profitable business for the HG Carol
We had one like it last year, very attractive.
How very unusual and so beautiful. I hope it will recur. Do you save the tubers to plant the following year? If so, it should come up again. V1 is especially lovely.
Wow most unusual and fascinating to see how it has changed over 24 hours!
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