Frost Nip is a extravagant dinnerplate dahlia. She was introduced in 1988 and is still a favorite among many dahlia growers. I adore her because of her rich raspberry color with salmon undertones. Her petals are wavvy and white tipped. For her size, she lasts a long time in a vase. She is an outstanding cut flower for a dinnerplate. Honestly, she is consistently my last flower in a vase for the season. I truly feel she is a must have for that special WOW factor.