Such a diverse genus of flowers, with an astounding color range, an intricate structure and more petals than you can shake a stick at — Dahlias are a delight. They are also excitingly wild looking on a card front, a bit fierce while still in bud and beginning to open, and then a flouncy show-off when fully blooming. Such a show, in fact, that I am prompted to say, “Well, HELLO, Dahlia!” just thinking about the whole affair. This set comes with three configurations of Dahlias in vases plus two fun sentiments based on the classic showtune lyrics. Illustrated with love and fascination by Marcella Hawley.
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