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Coseytown Baby Cakes

The heart of the hybridization program at Coseytown Flowers is firmly rooted in developing the best possible dahlias for profitable cut flower production. Our hybridization priorities have been shaped by our own experiences as a cut flower farm in search of the best varieties to bring maximum impact to both our operation and bottom line as a cut flower farm - and our enjoyment as dahlia enthusiasts too! 

To earn the distinction Coseytown-Certified Cut Flower a variety must demonstrate its ability to consistently meet or exceed expectations on the following traits:  

Tuber Productivity and Storability
 Plant Growth Habit
 Stem Length and Strength
 Bloom Productivity
 Blossom Orientation
 Blossom Attachment
 Vase Life

If you'd like to learn more be sure to:

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This 2021-intro Cut Flower Dahlia is a testimony to international friendships and the beauty that brings people together. This plant has unique genetics with seed sourced from Lorelie Merton of Florelie Seasonal Flowers in Bungaree, Australia. The color of the blooms is a super beautiful buff pink all summer long and when the cool nights of autumn arrive the colors warm up to a neutral apricot. Coseytown Baby Cakes will easily become a favorite for wedding work. This plant likes to bloom in three's so pinch out the center bud for two (2) harvestable stems. Coseytown Baby Cakes is a prolific tuber maker.

The Details

  • Coseytown Baby Cakes

  • Coseytown-Certified Cut Flower

  • Bloom Form:

    Formal Decorative

  • Bloom Color:

    Buff pink (summer) to neutral apricot (fall)

  • Bloom Size:

    3 in

  • Plant Height:

    5 ft

  • 2021 Intro

Learn About Coseytown

Here at Coseytown Flowers we specialize in the creation, cultivation and sale of new dahlia varieties, with leading plant traits in health, growth and vigor, for the cut-flower and enthusiast markets.

Leading the charge is LeeAnn Huber - the dahlia hybridizer, educator, flower farmer and entrepreneur behind it all. Prioritizing continual growth in knowledge and practice is our guiding star, and LeeAnn's passion for lifelong learning and applying evidenced based approaches in an agricultural context is embodied in her daily mantra ‘Every day is a school day!’ LeeAnn has amassed a sizable and engaged following among fellow cut flower farmers and gardening enthusiasts, where she is known for taking topics head on in a thoughtful and engaging way while sharing her expertise on all things dahlias.

Coseytown Flowers strives to offer only the highest quality single-division dahlia tubers and premium dahlia seed. All dahlia tubers are guaranteed true to variety, and I will never sell anything I would not personally be satisfied to receive myself ...but don't just take our word for it, check out what our flower friends are sharing.

All our tubers are individually labeled, and all orders are individually inspected for quality and accuracy prior to shipment. Additionally, international tuber orders (currently Canada) are individually inspected by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture. Coseytown Flowers dahlia fields and storage facilities are inspected annually by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and we possess all needed inspections and licensing to sell dahlia tubers and seed. Every dahlia tuber and seed sold have been grown right here in Greencastle, PA.

At the heart of our mission is the Coseytown commitment to transparency with continual growth in our core values of healthy plants, happy pollinators and responsible production. We take the health of our plants and tubers seriously by testing for and providing our dahlia plants with the proper conditions, nutrition and proactive management for optimal plant and pollinator health. We also proactively test for the following major DNA and RNA viruses: Dahlia mosaic virus (DMV), Dahlia common mosaic virus (DCMV), Impatiens necrotic spot virus (INSV), Tobacco streak virus (TSV) and Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV). To learn more directly from LeeAnn about the Coseytown Commitment to Healthy Dahlias, including our proactive 3-step approach to address virus in dahlias, please click here.

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