Purple Gem' Dahlia is indeed a shining gem of the border. Its violet-pink blooms are packed with layers of slender, tapered petals that glow in the summer sun. A cactus-type dahlia, 'Purple Gem' is among the most-vibrant varieties on the market. It looks extra sassy when combined with yellow zinnias, blue cornflowers, and red salvias.
Light lavender-pink with a deep purplish center. Anemone Dahlia Blue Bayou is an attractive free flowering dahlia which will attract pollinators to the garden. Single flowered dahlias look wonderful mixed with grasses and hardy perennial plants.
Elephant ears like to live in fertile soils with plenty of sun, water, and fertilizer. Elephant ear bulbs are heavy feeders, so if your plant isn't growing enough, you either need more heat or more nutrition.