Meet Coseytown Gale! She is a warm yellow that has a filtered raspberry under petal that sometimes creates a stunning blush hue. Stong, upright stems with a firm blossom attachment. Produces plentiful, smaller compact tubers that are a breeze to divide and hold extremely well in storage.
As a cut flower, field grown plant she'll pump out oodles of identical 2.5" blooms. If you manicure the plant (disbud and prune lateral stems), Gale can produce a bloom double in size. As an added bonus she's a great seed maker.
Fun facts, pick one edition: #1) Coseytown Gale was named on account of the windstorm she first bloomed in. #2) Texas Tornado is her jam when she's feeling a little bit country but when she's feelin rock-n-roll it's Scorpions all the way. Coseytown Gale blew us away and we trust you'll love this dahlia as much as we do!