About the Portland Dahlia Society
2012 American Dahlia Society National Show
How to Grow Dahlias and other Related Articles
Meetings
Bulletins(several years archived)
Australian Bulletins
Officers
History
Dahlia Classification
Annual Tuber Sales and Auction
Portland Dahlia Show Information
How to Join the Club
Trial Garden and Judging Forms
Contact Us
Visit to Park's and Clack's Dahlias
Lots of pictures
A visit to Old House Dahlias
Pictures of Our 2018 Trial Garden
Click Here to go to the PNDC website
Summary of past program
presentations.
July 2020 Meeting minutes
07-09-13 Cut
Flowers                           
05-13-14 Tying Up Dahlias
06-11-13 Irrigation of
Dahlias              
06-10-14 Weeding  T-Tape
irrigation
10-08-13 Digging and
Dividing                 
07-08-14 Selling cut flowers
11-12-13 Storing
Tubers           
02-11-14 ADS DVD and
Other
03-10-15 Cuttings(handout)
05-12-15 Staking
08-09-16 Dahlia Baskets
05-08-18 Fertilizing Dahlias
07-10-18 Breeding Dahlias
2020 Halls Of Heddon
September Bulletin
List of programs 2020 Revised Jan 2020
Yes, we have a Facebook page!
Portland Dahlia Society Facebook Page
Federation Newsletter March 2019
2019 Show Schedule
2018 Show Results
09-18-18  Annual Picnic Pictures and article
2018 Show to be held at Oaks Park.
2018 Show Catalog
Dance Pavilion Table Layout
Soil Test Interpretation Guide by OSU
est 1928
Trial Garden on June 19th.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uE1lOuAROuM&feature=youtu.be
Our Larry Smith talks about micro dahlias
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Larry Smith talks Dahlias on television.
https://vimeo.com/345077095
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Map of Oaks Park, click to enlarge
PORTLAND DS MEMBERS WIN!  
The American Dahlia Society's Derrill W. Hart Medal is
awarded annually to varieties scoring highest in accredited
Trial Gardens located across the United States and Canada
during the previous growing season.  Only seven Hart
medals are awarded each year and two have been won by
PDS originations: "Allen’s Country Roads," an A size (Large)
red incurved cactus, originated by Allen Manuel.  This is
Allen's third consecutive Hart medal, previously winning with
"Allen's Blackbeard" and "Allen's Arctic Fox." My Forever, an
orange waterlily, originated by Nicholas Gitts of Swan Island
Dahlias.  This is Nick's second consecutive Hart medal
following last year's win with "Dancing Queen," a pink stellar
form dahlia. It is very quite the feather in the caps of these
local hybridizers to have won in consecutive years.
My Forever
Allen’s Country Roads
Zoom Meeting
We have scheduled a  Zoom meeting on September 8th at
7:00PM. .  
Click here for instructions for the  meeting
Virtual Show
Entries end September 28th
Note new Deadline!

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