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Datura, Angel's Trumpet Flower

Datura, Angel's Trumpet Flower (Datura species)

Datura gets its common name from its huge, tubular flowers that resemble trumpets. The blooms may be held upright or dangle like bells along the stem depending on the species. Flowers have a wonderful fragrance and are often followed by the development of interesting seed pods with a…

Dianthus, China Pink, Indian Pink

Dianthus, China Pink, Indian Pink (Dianthus chinensis)

Commonly called China pink or Indian pink, this species of Dianthus produces fringe-petaled blooms with little to no scent. These Chinese natives are technically short-lived perennials, but are generally grown as annuals. Named varieties offer a range of heights and colors with…

Dianthus

Dianthus (Dianthus hybrid)

Hybrids of Dianthus all offer simple cheery blooms for sunny, well-drained planting locations. Some have rich fragrance as well. Heights and growth habits vary among the varieties from mat forming to bushy dwarfs to taller, long-stemmed types suited for bouquets. Try several types…

Dianthus

Dianthus 'Floral Lace' Series (Dianthus hybrida)

A carpet of large, frilly blooms cover this compact plant all season long. This selection shows outstanding tolerance to hot weather. Adds a splash of color to any sunny landscape setting.

Dianthus

Dianthus 'Frosty Fire' (Dianthus hybrida)

A carpet of large, frilly blooms cover this compact plant all season long. This selection shows outstanding tolerance to hot weather. Adds a splash of color to any sunny landscape setting.

Diascia

Diascia (Diascia barberae)

A soft, spreading mound of foliage covered with dainty flower clusters that create a cascade of color in hanging baskets, draping from mixed container plantings or carpeting a garden bed. A magnet for butterflies and hummingbirds!

Diascia Hybrids

Diascia Hybrids (Diascia x hybrida)

Diascia are heat tolerant South African natives, popular for their loose, often cascading displays of dainty blooms and ease of care. Be sure to provide adequate water during hot, dry weather to keep the flower show going.

Dichondra, Lawn Leaf

Dichondra, Lawn Leaf (Dichondra micrantha)

A dense mat of charming rounded foliage. Dichondra makes such great groundcover that in frost-free climates it can be used in place of grass for covering open "lawn" areas.

Dichondra

Dichondra 'Silver Falls' (Dichondra argentea)

Cascading silver stems and foliage add shimmering shine to the garden. An easy to grow, versatile selection that is heat and drought tolerant. Dependable color and texture looks great all season.

Dichondra, Silver Nickle Vine

Dichondra, Silver Nickle Vine (Dichondra argentea)

Showy silver foliage looks good all season. An easy to grow, versatile selection that is heat and drought tolerant. Dependable color and texture looks great all season.