Czech: jiřina
Genus: Dahlia, dahlia
Mature Height: 1.30 m
Deciduous: deciduous plant
Bloom in: VIIVIIIIX
Flower Colour: yellow
Soil Preferred:: alkaline, wet,
Light Required:: full sun
Other Attributes: bulb, opposite leaves, odd pinnate, type of inflorescence - anthodium, fruit - samara, quick-growing, bed plant, attractive flowers, cut plant,

Dahlia 'Yellow Sunburst'

Dahlia

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Dahlia 'Yellow Sunburst'  Dahlia flowers

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Jiřina 'Rancho' (Dahlia)
Jiřina 'Rancho' (Dahlia)
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Jiřina (Dahlia)
Jiřina (Dahlia)
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Jiřina zahradní (Dahlia pinnata)
Jiřina zahradní (Dahlia pinnata)
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Jiřina 'Dagmara' - květ (Dahlia)
Jiřina 'Dagmara' - květ (Dahlia)
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Jiřínka (Dahlia)
Jiřínka (Dahlia)
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Jiřina (Dahlia)
Jiřina (Dahlia)
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Jiřina (Dahlia)
Jiřina (Dahlia)
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Jiřina 'Veracruz' (Dahlia)
Jiřina 'Veracruz' (Dahlia)

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