PomPom Dahlias are almost round in shape with tightly quilled petals. Their flowers are smaller than those of the Ball Dahlias (2 in. across or 5 cm). Ball Dahlias may be ball-shaped or slightly flattened at the face, with their ray florets blunt, rounded, or indented. Involute for most of their length, fully involute for about one-half their length, and normally displayed in a spiral arrangement.

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Ball and Pompon Dahlias feature relatively small, fully double, globe-shaped flowers with petals blunt or slightly rounded at their tips. How not to marvel at the perfect petal arrangement of these dahlias? They display an infinite swirl of florets with fold upon fold of incredibly flawless petals.