Coseytown Bounty *NEW Cut Flower*

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Coseytown Exclusive Cut Flower

Variety: Coseytown Bounty

Type: Coseytown-Certified Cut Flower

Color: Classic peach - Amber base with a rosey red blush.  Just like a real peach!

Bloom Size: 2.5"

Plant Height: 5'

Named after one of my favorite peach varieties, this 2021-introduction embodies the juicy coloring of my favorite summertime fruit. This will be one of the most uniform plants you will grow. When grown in multiples down a row, it forms the tidiest plants! Color remains consistent throughout the season. Harvest when the back 4-5 petal rows are open for excellent vase life. 

 

About the Coseytown Experience
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. All tubers are individually labelled 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.

 

The Coseytown Commitment
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 sustainable practice. 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 Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV), Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV), Impatiens necrotic spot virus (INSV) and Tobacco mosaic virus (TMV). To learn more directly from LeeAnn about the Coseytown Commitment to Healthy Dahlias, including our proactive 3-step approach to preventing dahlia viruses, please click here.