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Dahlias 5 Bunch (50 Stems) - Chocolates

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1 or more boxes $176.48 per box
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Earthy and dramatic, our wholesale 5 bunch (50 stem) chocolate dahlias are a popular floral choice for those who want an unusual hue that will stand out in a very good way. Chocolate may not be the first color that comes to mind when you think of flowers. Yet, just like the chocolate you eat, this bloom adds a delectable ‘flavor’ to any arrangement. This bloom acts almost as a neutral, meaning it works with many different colors. We love it when complemented with orange, pale yellow and creamy blooms just as much as we do when they are grouped with coffee break or Leonidas brown roses and other brown florals. They also make a handsome boutonnière when paired with fiddlehead fern.

Please note that the colors of dahlias vary slightly from a few shades lighter to darker. This is nature’s charming gift and there is no way to control it. Each bloom is shipped immediately after being cut from our partner farms. We suggest consistently keeping them in fresh water and removing the bottom leaves from the stems to make sure no leaves are submerged in water. 

Colors, sizes, and shapes will greatly vary, but that is the beauty of this product, nature produces very beautiful variations!
Size:  stem length 14"-16" long.
Vase Life: This flower is highly dependent on hydration, do not be alarmed if when you receive them and they are dehydrated. They will perk up with a fresh cut and a drink of water! vase life is usually 3-5 days depending on environmental conditions.
Availability:  April/ Beginning of May - End of October
Keep in Mind - Dahlias are subject to color substitution throughout their season. Please note these shades tend to vary. THEY ARE ALSO SMALLER WHEN THEY ARE GOING OUT OF SEASON.
SEASONALITY NOTE: Dahlias are beginning to go out of season, which results in their blooms being smaller than normal. 
See one of our blog posts on how you can use Dahlias in your arrangements!

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