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Updated: 04/07/14
Carolinas Dahlia Society Annual Dahlia Show for 2014
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TIME TO THINK ABOUT THE NEXT ONE!
2014: September 13 & 14,
with staging on Friday and tear-down, Sunday.
At the NC Arboretum.
(Brevard Rd/Hwy 191 and the Blue Ridge Parkway Entrance)

WATCH THIS SPACE FOR MORE INFORMATION!
AUG: Haywood County (NC) Fair
LABOR DAY WEEKEND - Tacoma WA
American Dahlia Society National Show
SEP: NC Mountain State Fair followed by
Southern States Dahlia Shows in order:
Carolinas, Tennessee, Georgia,
OCT: Alabama 
and The Georgia National Fair.

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1.2013 - Details from the Show Committee Chair.
2. 2013 Show Book in pdf
3. Show Report in Full, 2012
4. Blues & Higher, 2013
5. 2016 50th National Show

Photo (c) 2014
by Carolinas Dahlia Society & original photographer
Photos (c) 2014
by Johnny T. & Carolinas Dahlia Society
MORE DAHLIAS, LESS DRIVE!
Please do not cut any flowers or disturb the plantings at any public garden! 
Don't touch Blooms entered in a Show because they may not have been judged yet. Sometimes we get so carried away by the beauty we forget.

Undoubtedly these are all done!
Look again in 2014!
Hendersonville, NC - Bullington Gardens
This Display Garden is accessible during daylight hours and can even be enjoyed as a "drive by" - it's located at the front of the Bullington Gardens' property by the main parking lot.

Or Take a Drive to Clyde, NC.
Haywood Community College has its own DAHLIA DISPLAY GARDEN 
mandated by a donation from 
A. L. Freedlander.

AND - The Great Smoky Mountains Trial Garden in Cashiers, NC is open any time from Memorial Day until the first heavy frost!
This is one of only a few Dahlia Trial Gardens on the East Coast and the only one at 3200'.  Trial Gardens are sponsored by local Dahlia Societies and used to test the growth potential of new hybridized Dahlia varieties in several areas. The American Dahlia Society mandates & oversees the way these Dahlias are grown.