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Two of my favorite flowers to grow in my home garden are the dahlia and Gomphrena.  From the Summer home garden images I put together the video below.  I hope you enjoy the unique images of how these flowers grow together.

Dahlia and Gomphrena Flower Video

It is fun to look back at the flowers I have grown with dahlias.  One of my favorite pairings is with the gomphrena plant.  Check out the slide show and images below.

This video is part of the Bren Haas YouTube Channel.  Find more information my website under videos.

Dahlia and Gomphrena Flowers

I’ve been growing dahlias from tubers in my home garden for over 10 years.  You can find details on how I do this successfully on my website under dahlia category.  Gomphrena flowers are a fun addition to the cut flower garden.  This flower also dries well to use in arrangements.

Below are just a few of the dahlias I grow each year in my home garden.  Today I have well over a dozen different varieties in the cut flower garden. 

I am starting gomphrena from seed this week.  The plants will be able to go out in the garden after May 15 which is my last frost date.  

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Thanks for checking out my images today.

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In conclusion of see the dahlia and gomphrena flower together I would love to hear your feedback.  Wouldn’t it be amazing if dahlias would dry and nice as the gomphrena flower?  

Happy Gardening,

Bren

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