so what do you say if we just go with examples of how people got together for a while,
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Judith Browning wrote:
They are out of stock for several of the dahlia varieties but maybe that's a seasonal thing?
We usually harvest dahlias around Thanksgiving and it takes a few weeks after that to get them cleaned up and listed in the catalog. I expect to have tubers of four good edible varieties from our trials this year and we should also have plenty of true seed.
Odds of getting a good edible from D. coccinea are a bit better than D. pinnata.
We have taste tested several hundred ornamental varieties and selected 5 that had good flavor, so the odds of getting a good one from standard ornamental varieties aren't that great. Crosses made between the best tasting varieties turn out about 20% progeny with good flavor, so there is plenty of potential for selecting good tasting varieties if you are willing to do a little work.
Take it easy the first few times you eat them in case you turn out to be sensitive to inulin. Most people tolerate them very well, but anyone with fructose malabsorption is going to have a bad time.
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Henry Jabel wrote:I had no idea they were edible. However it looks like this is the edible one https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dahlia_coccinea
as it says it was 'used as a food source by the Aztecs'. So as most garden dahlias are hybrids that might explain why they are a bit hit and miss. I shall have to borrow a few from my customers to try.
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