Like a bunch of highly-coloured lollipops on the end of thin sticks, Pompon Dahlias are round balls of tightly-placed involute petals. These slightly-scooped petals create a honeycomb effect, and lead to in interesting play of light on the flower, as shadows and recesses cause the hues to change. These little balls don’t often measure more than 5 cm or 2 inch. The plants themselves can be as much as 90 cm tall, however, so there is a lot of space for a large number of these blooms. If you remember to cut off dead heads as the flowers die off, you’ll receive new blooms for a longer period. Plant Pompon Dahlias in full sun and ensure the soil will drain well.