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Dipladenia, Mandevilla

Dipladenia, Mandevilla (Dipladenia splendens)

Incredibly showy and easy to grow vine with large, trumpet-shaped blooms creates a splendid centerpiece on a trellis in the garden or in a patio container. Produces an abundance of blooms all season long sure to draw butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden.

Dog Gone, Scaredy Cat Plant

Dog Gone, Scaredy Cat Plant (Plectranthus caninus)

Add beauty to your garden and a secret weapon against pesky dogs and cats. This attractive member of the Mint family is native to South Africa. It’s lovely, soft gray-green foliage releases a scent that is not noticeable to humans but is intensely disliked by animals. It’s not a…

Double Impatiens

Double Impatiens (Impatiens walleriana)

Double flowering Impatiens walleriana and their hybrids are the go to choice for bringing instant color to shady sites. Varieties are available with flower colors from bright to pastel to striped - and all have lush green foliage. Gorgeous planted en mass, they also mix well with…

Double Petunia

Double Petunia (Petunia x hybrida)

A double delight! All the fragrance, color, and ruggedness of ordinary petunias but with twice the petals. The blooms are lush and frilly, looking more like carnations than petunias. Makes a beautiful container plant for the patio or porch. Try it as a centerpiece or in hanging in a…

Dracaena, Giant Dracaena, Spikes

Dracaena, Giant Dracaena, Spikes (Cordyline australis)

Most commonly utilized as an annual for adding vertical interest to mixed plantings, this New Zeeland native grows to be a palm-like tree in the warmest zones. Varieties commonly available offer striped foliage in mixes of reds, greens, and white.

Dracaena, Giant Dracaena, Spikes

Dracaena, Giant Dracaena, Spikes 'Red Star' (Cordyline australis)

A wonderful source of carefree, all-season color. The upright sword-like foliage adds great texture and a strong vertical line to mixed plantings. This New Zealand native thrives year-round in frost-free climates or can be grown as an annual in colder regions. Plants grown in pots…

Dracaena Outdoors

Dracaena Outdoors 'Hawaiian Sunshine' (Dracaena deremensis)

This beautiful variety is actually a random mutation of the variety ‘Hilo Girl’. It’s a compact, upright plant perfect for filling in a narrow space or used in a patio planter. The foliage has a natural glossy sheen that enhances the light and dark green striped leaves. May be…

Dracaena Spikes

Dracaena Spikes (Dracaena indivisa)

Most commonly utilized as an annual for adding vertical interest to mixed plantings, or as an attractive houseplant. Varieties commonly available offer striped foliage in mixes of reds, greens, and white. Also known as Cordyline indivisa.

Dragon's Tongue

Dragon's Tongue (Hemigraphis repanda)

Lush, dark purple foliage makes a dramatic statement in the garden when contrasted with green or gold foliage plants. The leaves have attractive rippled edges and tiny white flowers are an added attraction. Grown as perennial in frost-free climates.

Duranta, Sky Flower

Duranta, Sky Flower (Duranta erecta)

Large, sweetly fragrant, violet-blue bloom. Vining, spreading or arching habit. The flowers attract butterflies, and birds will enjoy feeding on the attractive golden-yellow berries. Plants sold as Duranta repens are actually classified as Duranta erecta and these are the same plant…