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Welcome to Lobaugh's Dahlias


We are now taking orders for the 2016 growing season. Follow our gardens on our Facebook page.

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SHIPPING IS BY U.S.P.S. PRIORITY MAIL, the cost are $8.00 for 1 to 10 tubers. $10.00 for 11 or more tubers. We do not ship tubers outside of the United States. For any order of five tubers or more you will recieve a free tuber of our choice.

Dahlias marked with * are Wayne Lobaugh Jr. originations. Dahlias marked with ** are RaeAnn Lobaugh originations.

Our new 2016 introductions

From RaeAnn Lobaugh

Destiny's Teachers Or-V w/r A white and red variegated orchid type dahlia. the bush is  three foot tall. Awarded the 2016 Evie Gullickson Trial Garden Medal $8.00

Destiny's Blessings Or-DB Dp/w A blend of dark pink and white orchid type flowers growing on a six foot tall plant. Winner of two achievement awards. $7.00

Apopa Sun CO-Y A bright yellow collarette type dahlia that grows four feet tall. $6.00

Apopa Children CO-Pr/w Purple petals with a yellow disc center surrounded by a white collar. grows five feet tall. Has won best collarette at dahlia shows. $7.00

From Colin Walker

Kelsey Polluck CO-V y/r/y/r A variegated yellow and red collarette with nice form growing to 4 1/2 feet tall. $8.00

From Wayne Lobaugh

Newaukum Dexter M-FD-Dp Classified as a dark pink but looks purple to us the four foot bush is covered with four inch blooms. $6.00

Newaukum Tom M-FD-R The best red color you will see on a dahlia. four inch blooms on a four foot tall plant. $6.00

Newaukum Crystal BB-ID-W This bloom looks like Newaukum Honey in white. A four foot tall plant. $8.00


Check out the dahlia seedlings we are working on, on the seedling page.  These are dahlias grown from seed that we are evaluating. If after three years we still like them they will be put on the American Dahlia Society (ADS) evaluation bench or send them to trial gardens and then released for sell. We are now looking at seedlings for other people also.

On the Articles page there are articles on digging, dividing, and storing dahlia tubers. There is also a recipe for dahlia bread. 




Last Updated by Wayne Lobaugh on 2015-11-01 06:32:45