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Swan Island Dahlias

Swan Island Dahlias
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Dazzling Dahlias! Join us for the Annual Dahlia Festival August - September each year! A must see for the dahlia lover, or if you just love flowers. The view is stunning! The festival runs August through September, Wednesday-Sunday 9am-5:30pm, Closed Monday & Tuesday. Free admission and Free parking!

Stoll through almost 40 acres of dahlias in bloom! While visiting choose your favorites dahlias to order to be shipped in the Spring and grown in your yard. We ship all dahlia tubers in the spring closer to planting time for your area. During the festival you can enjoy live music on the weekends, rotating food and drink trucks, and gorgeous flowers in the fields and display garden. There is also a vendor market one day a week and a variety of art, dahlia culture, and floral arranging classes offered throughout the 2 months, pre-registration required for most classes. Fun for the entire family! Don't forget to pick up a beautiful bunch of cut dahlias to complete your visit. Please visit dahlias.com for our festival event schedule.

Don't Miss our adorable gift shop filled with 100's of treasures, open year-round. All dahlias sold are grown locally on our farm. Visit our gift shop open year-round.

For more information, please call 800.410.6540, www.dahlias.com

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Fields open August - September, 9am-5pm, Closed Wednesdays. Gift Shop and offices open Year Round Monday-Friday, 9am-4:30pm
2019 Annual Dahlia Festival, Indoor Display
Beautiful fields, Open August & September
Display Garden
Indoor Display Room during Annual Dahlia Festival
Picnic area near Display Garden
Class during Annual Dahlia Festival
Gorgeous Dahlia Fields
Live Music, during Annual Dahlia Festival
Self Serve Cut Flower Stand, open mid-July through early October
Aerial View of our fields
Gift Shop
Rebecca Lynn
Early Morning at our fields
Vendors during Festival
Vendors during Festival
Beautiufl pond to enjoy
Trial Garden located at our farm
Face Painting during Festival
Harvesting during the winter

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Nicholas Gitts
Heather Schloe

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