Dahlia 'Gallery Art Nouveau' Dahlia 'Gallery Art Nouveau' - Dahlia
Art Nouveau is a deep pink shade, almost purple! Originating from Mexico and Guatemala, Dahlias were the flowers of Inca kings and despite their royal origins Dahlias are amongst the easiest plants to grow in the garden. They are a wonderful source of cut flowers and will provide …
Amazon.com | 30.06. 2007
Darmera peltata - Umbrella Plant Darmera peltata - Umbrella Plant
Hardy Umbrella Plant - Darmera peltata Family: Saxifragaceae Origin: The species is native to western United States. Large, rounded clusters of red-centered, blush-white flowers rise on thick stalks before the clumped growth of massive (18 across), orbicular, lobed foliage emerges …
Amazon.com | 12.09. 2007
Dasylirion wheeleri - Desert Spoon Dasylirion wheeleri - Desert Spoon
Dasylirion wheeleri - Sotol or Huge Desert Spoon Ribbon-like leaves to 3 ft. edged with hooked thorns. Creamy white flowers in May & June on a spike that can grow to 12 ft. & looks wonderful all season. Pulling off leaves at the base gives you the desert spoon …
Amazon.com | 20.09. 2007
Davidia involucrata - dove tree Davidia involucrata - dove tree
This elegant and rather exotic looking tree is still rare in cultivation in Europe. It was believed to have been extinct after the glacial era, however, in late 19th century some specimens were found in Sichuan, China. Dove tree was brought to Britain in 1903 and cultivated as a rarity …
Delosperma cooperi - Hardy ice plant, Trailing ice plant Delosperma cooperi - Hardy ice plant, Trailing ice plant
This clumping ice plant produces a dome of bright purple flowers. The texture of the petals is shimmering -- almost like metal. It starts blooming in June and continues steadily until fall. It promises to be an essential small-scale ground cover or edging for a border. Height: 4 …
Amazon.com | 08.06. 2007
Dendrocalamus membranaceus Dendrocalamus membranaceus - May Sang Bamboo
A 50 tall clumping bamboo from Burma with straight culms. It develops 4 diameter canes that are bright green with green leaves. Can tolerate some cold to 34 F. It is ideally grown in full sun in warm zones with high humidity. A beautiful lowlands species noted for its very smooth …
Amazon.com | 06.08. 2007
Dendrocalamus strictus - Iron Bamboo Dendrocalamus strictus - Iron Bamboo
Iron Bamboo is the common name for the genus and species Dendrocalamus strictus. Native to India, it is unique in that it is thick-walled, often solid, and probably the strongest bamboo in the world. Max. Height: 60 feet; Max. Diameter: 5 inches; Min. Temperature: 25º F …
Amazon.com | 24.09. 2007
Desmodium gyrans - Telegraph Plant Desmodium gyrans - Telegraph Plant
Darwin called the plant Hedysarum; modern botanists call it either Desmodium gyrans or, more correctly these days, Codariocalyx motorius; its common name is Dancing Grass or Telegraph plant or Semaphore plant -- after the leaf movements, which resemble semaphore signals …
Amazon.com | 10.07. 2007
Deutzia gracilis 'Seward' ppaf, cpaf - Chardonnay Pearls™ Deutzia gracilis 'Seward' ppaf, cpaf - Chardonnay Pearls™
CHARDONNAY PEARLSTM (D. gracilis. Duncan ppaf, Canadian BRAF) Attractive, crisp, lime-yellow foliage provides season long garden color long after the pure white, pearl-like buds explode into a shower of fragrant spring time flowers. An attractive compact shrub with lots of impulse …
Amazon.com | 07.07. 2007
Dianthus caryophyllus 'King of the Blacks' - Carnation Dianthus caryophyllus 'King of the Blacks' - Carnation
Black flowers become more popular each day. They do combine dramatically to make unusually beautiful cut flower arrangements. The strong stemmed plants are bushy and grow to 20, bearing lots of medium size, rich darkest purple, well scented blooms. Hardy in zones 5-10. Elsewhere grow …
Amazon.com | 13.10. 2007
Dianthus - Bouquet Purple Dianthus - Bouquet Purple
Excellent cutting type has purplish pink, fringed flowers in great profusion. Outstanding stem length and rigidity. Ht: 18-24. Zones 6-9. Sorry, state laws prohibit shipping plants to Alaska, Hawaii. Plants ship in spring at proper planting time …
Amazon.com | 19.05. 2007
Dicentra scandens - Bleeding Heart Vine Dicentra scandens - Bleeding Heart Vine
Looking for a show stopper? A wonderful climber with dozens of yellow locket flowers which insist on climbing on any convenient trellis, fence or other support. A unique golden bleeding heart vine preferring light but not midday sun. A frost hardy perennial in zones 5-9. In cooler …
Amazon.com | 09.08. 2007
Gold Heart Bleeding Heart -Dicentra-SHADE- Potted-RARE Dicentra spectabilis 'Goldheart' - Bleeding Heart
GoldHeart Bleeding Heart - Dicentra spectabilis Goldheart Family: Fumariaceae Origin: Hybrid origin. A magnificent specimen with golden, iridescent leaves. This stunning plant is topped in the spring with rose-pink flowing flowers. Looks great with hosta …
Amazon.com | 16.05. 2007
Dicentra 'Ivory Hearts' - Dwarf Bleeding Heart Dicentra 'Ivory Hearts' - Dwarf Bleeding Heart
Ivory Hearts Bleeding Heart - Dicentra Ivory Hearts Family: Fumariaceae Origin: Hybrid origin. An exceptionally long-blooming hybrid with bunches of nallow, white, heart-shaped flowers over robust, finely-cut blue-green foliage …
Amazon.com | 16.09. 2008
Dictospermum album var rubrum - Hurricane Palm Dictospermum album var rubrum - Hurricane Palm
Native to the Mascarene islands. Long arching fronds with broad leaflets to 3 having a blackish grey trunk to 30. Known for flowering at early age and for its bulging base and large crownshaft. Beautiful in the tropical landscape. Hardy in zones 10-11 …
Amazon.com | 20.09. 2007
Yellow Foxglove Perennial 4 Plants - Digitalis Digitalis grandiflora - Yellow Foxglove
Proper name: Digitalis Amigua (Carillon Temple Bells or Yellow Foxglove); Extra dwarf plants with spikes of yellow tubular flowers marked with brown. Blooms in June and July. Use for borders, beds, and cut flowers. A very hardy perennial …
Amazon.com | 19.05. 2007
Strawberry Foxglove - Digitalis mertonensis Digitalis x mertonensis - Strawberry Foxglove
The Strawberry Foxglove--A True Perennial! Evergreen foliage! Year-round beauty! This unusual and brilliantly-colored perennial Foxglove is a delight in the garden in any season, for its bright green foliage remains evergreen! In late spring and early summer, abundant buds open to …
Amazon.com | 19.05. 2007
Dioon edule - Cycad Dioon edule - Cycad
The Mexican Cycas is a true living fossil, the name often applied to cycads because they have changed very little in the last 200 million years. Dioon edule is truly a handsome and distinctive specimen. And it is one of the most cold hardy cycads. Mature and established plants have …
Amazon.com | 28.11. 2007
Doronicum orientale - Leopard's Bane
Leopards-bane may be used in sunny areas in any ordinary garden soil. The yellow flowers appear in May and may be cut for arrangements. The plants are shallow rooted and 18 to 30 inches tall. Planting may be done in spring or autumn. Propagation is by division after flowering, in …
Amazon.com | 28.10. 2007
Drosera adelae - Lance-Leafed Sundew Drosera adelae - Lance-Leafed Sundew
Drosera adelae (Lace-Leaf Australian Sundew Origin: Australia The tiny paddle-like hairy leaves are covered with drops of sticky goo, which trap insects that are attracted to the plant. In summer the sundews are topped with thin spikes holding small pink flowers. Sundews are winter …
Amazon.com | 18.10. 2007