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Dahlia Hill, Midland

#3 of 8 in Parks in Midland
Garden · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Dahlia Hill (DH) is both a protected garden area in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan, encompassing 1.41 acres (0.57 ha) of terraced gardens, and the a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization that runs the garden. Located in the city of Midland, Michigan, they annually grow more than 3,000 dahlia plants.
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  • This free attraction is near the road with parking on site. Worth a stop to walk around and appreciate the unique variations of Dahlias.  more »
  • Wow! This place will make you want to put up with all the particulars dahlias require to grow them. So many beautiful flowers on display. You can't walk down each individual row, but it is tiered.....  more »
  • Beautiful little flowered hill. Great place to stop for a half hour or so. If you are driving through the area it is very peaceful and tranquil with ample parking. A few areas to sit as well and enjoy the fresh air and beautiful views. Don't miss out when the flowers are in bloom!
  • Strikingly beautiful terraced hill of solid dahlias, well worth a stop. Instructions available re care and growing, spring sale of tubers. Small art gallery at top of hill.

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