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  • DAISY MAY SHASTA DAISY Quick View
    • DAISY MAY SHASTA DAISY Quick View
    • DAISY MAY SHASTA DAISY
    • This compact shasta daisy features large, snow-white flowers with a yellow center and because of better branching and many side buds, it will bloom much longer than other daisies. Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soils in full sun. Good soil drainage is essential. Wet soils in winter can be fatal. Daisies are great cut flowers.
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  • DANICA ARBORVITAE Quick View
    • DANICA ARBORVITAE Quick View
    • DANICA ARBORVITAE
    • A bright evergreen for the front of the border or tight garden spaces, this arborvitae effortlessly maintains its miniature appearance in a sunny garden. 'Danica' is a globe form which can take a light pruning in spring if desired, but otherwise, will stay quite rounded. Arborvitae prefer moist, well-drained soils and are intolerant of dry soils. Water deeply in its…
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  • DARING DECEPTION DAYLILY Quick View
    • DARING DECEPTION DAYLILY Quick View
    • DARING DECEPTION DAYLILY
    • Plant in sun in rich, moist, well-drained soil. Daylilies from large clumps and can be divided in spring or fall as needed. 'Daring Deception' has a dark purple center with light pink petals, blooming from June through August. Removing spent blooms will encourage more flowering.
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  • DARTS BLUE PERIWINKLE Quick View
    • DARTS BLUE PERIWINKLE Quick View
    • DARTS BLUE PERIWINKLE
    • Dart's Blue Vinca is an attractive and popular groundcover that works well in a shaded area and under trees. Lavender-blue flowers bloom in the spring, and then sporadically throughout the growing season. Glossy, deep green leaves are evergreen. Dart's Blue Vinca is low maintenance once established, and prefers shaded areas with moist soil.
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  • DAVID GARDEN PHLOX Quick View
    • DAVID GARDEN PHLOX Quick View
    • DAVID GARDEN PHLOX
    • Plant in full sun in moderately moist, well-drained soil. David is mildew resistant, but requires good air circulation, and overhead watering should be avoided. Not drought tolerant. Bloom time is July through August, and deadheading will encourage re-bloom. A heavy feeder, fertilize it 2 or 3 times a year. The stems seldom need staking, and David is a good cut…
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  • DEBORAH MAPLE Quick View
    • DEBORAH MAPLE Quick View
    • DEBORAH MAPLE
    • A unique maple tree, Deborah makes a statement in the spring landscape. As the new foliage unfurls, its striking deep purple color cannot be missed. Large leaves become green in the summer and provide dense shade during the heat of the season. Another color change occurs in fall as the leaves take on shades of oranges and yellows. This tree…
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  • DENSIFORMIS YEW Quick View
    • DENSIFORMIS YEW Quick View
    • DENSIFORMIS YEW
    • Densiformis Yew is a low, spreading yew that makes a great screen or hedge. Deep green needles have good color retention throughout the year. Densiformis is hardy and adaptable, and can tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions once established. Avoid planting in wet areas. Regular trimming is needed to keep growth form dense.
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  • DESDEMONA LIGULARIA Quick View
    • DESDEMONA LIGULARIA Quick View
    • DESDEMONA LIGULARIA
    • Moist to wet soil -- do not allow to dry out. This is an excellent plant for wet, shady areas. Ligularia will wilt in hot afternoon sun (normally revives at night) and will not tolerate drought. This is a long-lived plant that seldom needs division. Birds like the brown flower pods, and the large leaves are very attractive. The daisy-like…
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  • DEUTSCHLAND ASTILBE Quick View
    • DEUTSCHLAND ASTILBE Quick View
    • DEUTSCHLAND ASTILBE
    • Plant in the shade in evenly moist, well-drained soil. This astilbe can tolerate more sun in boggy sites, however, it will not thrive in alkaline or heavy clay soils that dry out in the summer. Cut back in the spring, not fall. Plant with Lady's Mantle, Heuchera, and Hosta. Deer resistant.
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  • DIAMANTINA CLEMATIS Quick View
    • DIAMANTINA CLEMATIS Quick View
    • DIAMANTINA CLEMATIS
    • This clematis is one of the showiest with long-lasting, fully double, violet-blue flowers. Spring blooms appear on the previous season's growth and can last up to 4 weeks. As this is a Group 2 clematis, repeat blooms will appear on new growth late in the season. Clematis do best in a sunny location, but need their roots to be kept…
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  • DIAMOND BALL CLEMATIS Quick View
    • DIAMOND BALL CLEMATIS Quick View
    • DIAMOND BALL CLEMATIS
    • Unusual, icy blue blooms of this clematis make it a standout in the garden, especially in the summer moonlight. Gorgeous, double blooms of white tinged with blue can easily measure 4" in diameter. The show begins as flowers open in early summer on old wood and continue late into the season on new growth. As with all clematis, site the…
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  • DINNER PLATE PEONY Quick View
    • DINNER PLATE PEONY Quick View
    • DINNER PLATE PEONY
    • Dinner Plate has large (7") double pink flowers that bloom in late spring. Foliage is glossy green. Dinner Plate prefers moist well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. It requires staking for the large blooms. It can tolerate clay soil once established.
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