dahlia Sales are now closed for 2022.  

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What you need to know:

You must order a minimum of 5 tubers.

We are not able to offer wholesale purchasing.

We ship anywhere in Canada. (Sorry to U.S. citizens, we are currently unable to ship to you). All tubers will be shipped between March and April - no early shipments, no exceptions. The free pick up option is only available to locals of the Okanagan and Revelstoke.

Note that the farm is certified organic (in British Columbia), however, when I source stock of a new variety that is not certified (due to availability) it must be grown on my property for a complete year before being considered organic. Some tubers will be labelled certified organic, while others that are too new to the farm, but grown with the same organic practices, will be labelled transitional.

None of the tubers are treated. 

We are not able to reserve tubers or fulfill ANY special requests. Tuber availability is on a first come basis and are only available for purchase through the website. If you place multiple orders, please note that they will ship separately, we are no longer able to combine orders, and you will have to pay the full cost of shipping both orders. Tubers will ship in April, when it is safe to do so, although some buyers in BC may receive their shipment in March.

We try to photograph all dahlias as close to their true colour as possible, but some colours such as pink, rust and red are very hard to capture and may be somewhat distorted from the flower itself. If you are questioning whether a variety is more peach or blush, please do an image search to get a general idea of what it looks like. Be aware that many varieties can also  exhibit quite the colour range depending on the weather.

If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail Farmer Aubrey at mossandmirthfarm@gmail.com

dahlia Sales are now closed for 2022. 


* indicates that the variety is One of Erin benzakein's 360 favourites from the book Discovering Dahlias.