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Dracaena draco

Dragon Tree

Dracaena draco

Native to the Canary Islands. Stout trunk with upward-reaching or spreading branches topped by cluster...

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Dropseed

Sporobolus

Graceful, fine-textured, clumping grasses that are as tough as they are good-looking. Deep-rooted and ...

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Centaurea cineraria (photo courtesy of Linda Lamb Peters)

Dusty Miller

Centaurea cineraria

The common name (Dusty Miller) is used for many plants with whitish foliage. Native to Italy. Compact ...

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Senecio cineraria

Dusty Miller

Senecio cineraria

Shrubby perennial, from the Mediterranean. Grows to 2–3 ft. tall and wide, with woolly white lea...

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Crocus vernus

Dutch Crocus

Crocus vernus

This is the most familiar crocus, whose flowers emerge in shades of white, yellow, lavender, and purpl...

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Iris x hollandica (Dutch iris)

Dutch Iris

Iris x hollandica

The Dutch iris grows from a bulb. Beautifully formed flowers rise to 2 ft. on slender stems that emerg...

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Dutchman’s pipe

Aristolochia

Twining vines noted for curiously shaped flowers in rather sober colors; they resemble curved pipes wi...

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Aristolochia macrophylla

Dutchman’s Pipe

Aristolochia macrophylla

Native to the eastern United States. Large (6 to 14-in.-long), kidney-shaped, deep green leaves are ca...

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Dwarf Butterfly Bush

Buddleja davidii nanhoensis

Similar to B. davidii, but smaller in all its parts. Fast growth to just 3–5 ft. tall a...

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Baccharis pilularis ‘Twin Peaks’ (photo courtesy of Richard Shiell)

Dwarf Coyote Brush

Baccharis pilularis

Native to Northern California coast. This shrub has remarkable climate and soil adaptation. Near the c...

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Nierembergia linariifolia ‘Augusta Blue Skies’ (photo courtesy of Richard Shiell)

Dwarf Cup Flower

Nierembergia linariifolia

Grows to 6–12 in. high and wide. Much-branched, mounding plant, with very small, stiff leaves. F...

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Dwarf Fernleaf Bamboo

Pleioblastus distichus

This dwarf, running bamboo is delicate in appearance, with tiny, two-ranked leaves. Grows to 3 ft. tal...

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