Dahlia Tuber Wishlist
The Dahlia Divas accept dahlia tuber wish lists anytime. Most of the dahlias are still in the ground. If there is a variety you are interested in for next season , please send a note through our contact form.
Fresh Dahlia Wedding Flowers

We are a small grower and Fresh Cut Dahlias are available each season for a late summer, or early fall wedding. The cutting season begins in August through frost. Floral designers, and several brides and florists have purchased our dahlias over the years.Check out the Dahlia Divas on Pinterest , or our Wedding Gallery.

Greetings from the Dahlia Divas!

Thank you for visiting our website!  We grow more than 120 variety of dahlias in a wide range of colors and shapes.  Dahlias are easy to grow, with long-lasting flowers. Growing and sharing dahlias is our joy, and we hope the resources and variety you find here adds to your enjoyment as well.  

The Dahlia Divas 2024 fresh cut flower season will be open in August.  The dahlia tubers are partially taken out of the ground.  We would like to thank all of the florists, brides, and floral designers who came out to visit our field last season. It was a pleasure working with all of you, and we look forward to our 2024 growing season. Dahlia tubers and garden fresh cut flowers are available locally in the field. Fresh cut dahlias by the bunch are available from August through frost.  If you're in the Eugene-Springfield or Pleasant Hill, Oregon area come visit our field.

We welcome inquiries from florists or any interested in purchasing dahlia tubers, or garden fresh cut dahlias by the bunch; reach us through our contact form.  Dahlias are wonderful for any arrangement, and great for wedding bouquets, wedding centerpieces, wedding cakes, corsages, flower girl headpieces, and boutonnieres.  You and your brides come pick the best!

Nice white flower with a touch of lavendar on the tips. details...
Nanna's Kiss
Nanna's Kiss
Nice soft pink yellow semi cactus dahlia with great color. Nice foliage on a 3 to 3.5" bush. details...