Hills Collins, 73, of Marysville studies one of his “Tall Firs Keltie,” a dahlia that he originated and will be introducing at this year’s Snohomish County Dahlia Show next weekend at Forest Park in Everett. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Dahlia devotees put on a colorful show with up to 2,000 blooms

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