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Note: In both French and English, dahlias are any of the over 40 different species of the flowering bushy perennial plant originally from Central America and Mexico. Dahlias are a member of the same plant family as daisies, sunflowers, zinnias, and chrysanthemum. Because dahlias are tuberous, they can be a food source. When the Spanish arrived in Mexico in the early 1500's, dahlia tubers were being cultivated and eaten by the Aztecs. Today the dahlia is the Mexican national flower.

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Model No. 317  Circa 1931
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