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We are a micro family farm.

We currently grow over 1,000 varieties of dahlias.  

Capturing beauties of the blooms is a passion

and this page is a showcase of the varieties we grow.

We are unconventional and do not believe nor partake in opening/re-opening day madness. 
Follow us on Facebook for opportunity to submit your 2025 wish list.
Opportunities from past seasons include grandpa’s birthday free tubers giveaway and donations to charity to get ahead of the "line" - there will be a few that “you donate now, we sent you tubers in the spring”,
so essentially free tubers. Let's grow kindness!

Jess's Dahlia Garden is a registered nursery retailer in the State of Washington and tubers will ship with the State of Washington Department of Agriculture (WSDA) Plant Inspection Services & Certification Program endorsement in compliance with the WA State requirements. 

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We have documented the dahlia cultivars we grow and have grown on our micro farm. However, due to limited quantities, we cannot fulfill everyone's wish lists.

Please note that not all cultivars will be available for sale or trade.

To make a purchase, please follow our sales link created during tuber season

(e.g. Fall Tubers, Spring Shipping, Runt Sale, etc).

Additionally, please note that we have

a limit one (1) per variety per household per growing season.

Orders exceeding this limit will be cancelled and cancellation fees will be applied. 
We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.

Gift Certificate Redemption: Enter Gift Certificate Number in Coupon field at checkout to redeem.

We do not substitute variety. In the event of "OUT OF STOCK" or the unfortunate "CROP FAILURE", REFUND will be automatically issued.
We want to send tubers we are proud of and would plant in our own garden rather than just "check off the order" and as some tubers do not over-winter well, if, when processing orders for shipping, the tuber(s) do not meet our standard of quality, a refund will be issued.

All images are captured from our own blooms and descriptions are, to the best of our ability, based on our dahlia field crops.

Environmental factors such as light, temperature, water, humidity, soil and nutrition

will prevent proper plant growth if in incorrect proportions.

Images (usually the first bloom of the variety, which often times are not the best) are either captured on the field or brought indoor and photographed with Foldio Light Box. AI Background are added onto the secondary images.
Blooms themselves are "as if", we do not use color adjustments, enhancements. 

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