Dahlia (Dahlia Variabilis Pompon) - Don't forget Dahlia seeds! They are easy-to-grow and so versatile in the landscape. This Dahlia variety with small double flowered pompon flowers. The bright color mix is an asset to the border where they will create an outstanding focal point. The flowers are ideal for cutting as well. A single plant, grown from Dahlia flower seed, will produce plenty of flowers for many bouquets. It's a classic cut flower with tubular looking petals which makes a beautiful filler around shrubs. The individual blooms may be small, but they are perfectly formed and are produced in abundance. These balls of color are simply superb for cutting for their perfect form can be really appreciated in a vase. Grow Dahlia Variabilis in an area that has a minimum of six hours of sunlight. They thrive when the temperatures climb, and they will be profuse bloomers until the first frost. Well-draining, rich and fertile soil that is slightly acidic is a must for growing Dahlias. Sow Dahlia flower seed indoors 4 - 6 weeks before the last frost. Lightly cover the Dahlia flower seeds with soil or peat moss only the thickness of the seed itself. Transplant seedlings outdoors after danger of frost has passed.