Order your dahlia tubers and perennials year round for spring shipments direct from this website and we’ll ship them to you when it’s approaching your spring planting time. Ordering early will insure you get the best selection for the season.
We open up our barn the every weekend in April for dahlia tuber sales. We have a large display of dahlia tubers to choose from, packaged and labeled with pictures. Sales are held in our barn at our North Bend location.
Please see our Cut Flowers page for more information. Local pick-up only.
Free Admission. Our Annual Flower Festival is held every year when our dahlias are in bloom at our North Bend farm. Stroll our gardens to shop for tubers for the following season. Seeing the dahlias in bloom is a great way to pick out what you’d like to grow next year. We have pre-cut bouquets, as well as a mini ‘People’s Choice’ dahlia show in the barn. North Bend is our sample gardens where we grow small plots of most everything we grow, our 4 acre Thorp farm is where we grow the big quantities of dahlias. North Bend is also where the barn is located and where all our cut flower and tuber operation is ran from.
Our 4 acre Thorp, Washington farm is 70 miles east of North Bend, in the Kittitas Valley of Washington State. Thorp is our production farm where we plant large quantities of dahlias to supply our North Bend operation for both cut flowers and tubers. The Kittitas Valley is ideal farmland that has almost 300 days a year of sun and outstanding growing conditions for many crops including hay, corn, wheat and potatoes.
September 2011 – The Dahlia Barn was proud to host King 5 ‘s Ciscoe Morris and Meeghan Black!!
KING TV hosts Ciscoe Morris, Meeghan Black showcase North Bend’s Dahlia Barn, Snoqualmie Valley Record – September 15, 2011
http://www.valleyrecord.com/business/139481193.html – The Dahlia Barn @ the 2012 NW Flower & Garden Show in Seattle www.gardenshow.com
Gardening with Ciscoe 2013 http://www.valleyrecord.com/business/225373692.html
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Ciscoe Morris at the Dahlia Barn in 2011