CountryDahlias 
2016 Catalogue
Top quality Dahlias
Proprietor: Jenny Parish Specialist Dahlia Grower
195 Mathison Rd Winchelsea Vic 3241
Telephone: 03 52 672 389


GIANT AND LARGE DECORATIVE DAHLIAS
MEDIUM DECORATIVE DAHLIAS
SMALL DECORATIVE DAHLIAS
MINIATURE DECORATIVE DAHLIAS
GIANT & LARGE CACTUS & SEMI CACTUS
MEDIUM CACTUS & SEMI CACTUS
SMALL CACTUS & SEMI CACTUS
MINIATURE CACTUS AND SEMI CACTUS
BALLS DAHLIAS
WATERLILY & POMPON
EXHIBITION, FIMBRIATED & COLLARETTES
ANEMONE
NOVELTY, ORCHID, STELLAR & DARK FOLIAGE
DWARF, SINGLES, BABY DAHLS & BARGAINS
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ABOUT US

Your Invitation
You are very welcome to inspect my Dahlia's duringt March and April.
Country Dahlia's is situated five kilometres south of Winchelsea. Just before entering Winchelsea from Geelong turn left into McConachy St.

Signs on Hwy continue to Winchelsea Cemetery and turn left into Atkins Rd and then right into Mathison Rd. You will find Country Dahlia's is the third property on the left.

Country Dahlia's has Australia's largest collection with two acres of dahlia garden, with over 20,000 bushes (approx 2,000 different types). Some are not available as they are in short supply but there is plenty to choose from.

If there is one that you are particularly looking for, just ask as I might have it. Each year I change varieties in the catalogue but if there is a variety that you want from an old catalogue please ask, as I will most likely still have it. You are welcome to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy in the wonderland of colour. Tea and coffee are available

 

Sorry this year’s catalogue is smaller. We had early rain this year in May and June that saturated the ground in the two paddock sections. We managed to dig all the dahlias in the display garden and one paddock section in mud up to our knees (not much fun). We were unable to dig the second paddock before the dahlias went rotten.
Hopefully next year we will get back to normal and be able to dig all the dahlias and rebuild the stock back up.

This is the first time in thirty years that we have lost a full paddock of stock dahlias. Although the rain was good, water flowed into dams for the first time in four years, it was to early to get all the dahlias out. Nature can be kind and cruel all in the one event.