Coseytown Honey Pot


Thank you for your interest in our original Coseytown dahlia creations brought to you by independent American dahlia hybridizer LeeAnn Huber and the Coseytown Flowers team! Our investments into the cut flower and dahlia enthusiast community are paid for by the plants we propagate and sell to you. Thank you for your support of:

  • An independent occupational American dahlia hybridizer

  • A self-supporting family farm and local employer

  • A woman-owned small business dedicated to driving progress and innovation

    At Coseytown Flowers we are fully inspected and licensed by the State of Pennsylvania for the production and distribution of plant materials and seed
    . Our proactive management practices include disinfection using 10% bleach solution between every plant rotating snips. We have an expert’s eye and a ZERO tolerance policy for symptomatic plants. As a component of our disease management plan, our active pest management plan utilizes a variety of measures based on seasonal risk level with continual monitoring from first planting until final tuber harvest.

    We test for common RNA and DNA dahlia viruses including TSWV, TSV, INSV, and DMV and make substantial costly recurring investments into ongoing proactive dahlia health management, testing and research to create and utilize best practices in the responsible propagation of our plant stock. Recent investments into our virus testing and research program include 5-figures worth of direct cost investments. CLICK HERE to learn more about Coseytown Flowers and the work that we do.

    Say hello to Coseytown Honey Pot! While there are gems to be found all over the world, you’ll only find this beaming ray of sunshine right here. I knew from the first time Coseytown Honey Pot bloomed that she was going to be very special. 

    Honey Pot is a delightful, one-of-a-kind genetic wonder that defies easy classification - having not only three layers of ray florets -a classic example of a peony form- but also including contrasting petaloids in keeping with a collarette AND THEN crowning itself with the golden tubular disc florets of an anemone dahlia! As graceful as it is rare, Coseytown Honey Pot grows to 4’ tall and will proudly take center stage in any garden, producing long, gently flowing branches with an abundance of 2” blooms.

    LeeAnn's Hybridizer Notes
    This little wonder of a dahlia grew from seed sourced from Erin Benzakein of Floret Flower Farm in their very first public mixed dahlia seed offering! Coseytown Honey Pot is my favorite variety when scouting for native pollinators, especially butterfly and moth species. I must wonder if she really does make nectar for pollinators to extract with their flexible straw-like mouthparts (also called proboscis). This plant will do well when grown with some support, such as a decorative obelisk trellis. Coseytown Honey Pot exceeds my vase life expectations when picked after the ray florets first open but before the anemone center fully develops. Do not fret though if these blooms remain on the plant as they will continue to look beautiful for a very long time. Honey Pot’s tubers store best in tubs packed with vermiculite and held around 90% humidity.

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    The Details

    • Coseytown Honey Pot

    • Bloom Form:


    • Bloom Color:

      Orange and yellow flame blend with a prominent golden center

    • Bloom Size:

      2 in

    • Plant Height:

      4 ft

    • Stamp:


    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 our tubers are individually labeled, and all orders are individually inspected for quality and accuracy prior to shipment. 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. 

    As an independent hybridizer and self-supporting family farm, every dahlia tuber and seed we sell were grown for you with love by their originators right here at Coseytown Flowers. Thank you for making it possible to do what we do!

    At the heart of our mission is the Coseytown commitment to integrity with continual growth in knowledge and practice with 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-pronged approach to address virus in dahlias, please click here.

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