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Central States Dahlia Society is a participating society of the American Dahlia Society (ADS). The ADS is made up of over 70 local dahlia societies within the United States and Canada. To find a dahlia society near you, or to learn about growing and showing dahlias visit the ADS website.

2017 National Dahlia Show

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Central States Dahlia Society

Hosts

51st ADS National Dahlia Show

Chicago Botanic Garden (info)

1000 Lake Cook Rd., Glencoe, IL 60022

September 9 & 10, 2017

Click on the "Post Show Report" button above to access show results (password is required).

 

Central States Dahlia Society will host the American Dahlia Society's 2017 National Dahlia Show and the Midwest Dahlia Conference on September 9 & 10, 2017. The exhibition will be open to all visitors of the Chicago Botanic Garden at no additional fee. The CSDS is expecting up to 2000 blooms to be on display, representing more than 20 varietal classifications.

Exhibitors and full-registration attendees can access all pertinent information by clicking the various buttons below. (Final revisions to all documents were current as of April 4, 2017.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Chicago Botanic Garden, American Dahlia Society, and Central  States Dahlia Society invite all CBG visitors to attend this one-of-a-kind dahlia event. The 2017 National Dahlia Show will take place at the Chicago Botanic Garden, at 1000 Lake Cook Rd., Glencoe, IL 60022, on September 9-10, 2017. (Map/Directions) Detailed information about the show can be accessed by clicking the various buttons above. 

 

Dahlias bloom from mid-summer through first-frost and add a dazzling explosion of colors to the garden that is unmatched by any other flowering plant. Their blooms range in size from the minuet, micro-minis, which are less than two-inches in diameter, to the spectacular 12-inch “dinner-plate” blooms. For a sneak preview please visit the CSDS Blog and/or Pinterest.