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(Dahlia, Decorative Dahlia, Figaro Violet Shades Dahlia)

The Dahlia mix ‘Figaro Violet Shades’ has a suite of violet-flowered dahlias that are dwarf, uniform and heavy-flowering. They have shiny green foliage and bushy branching habits.

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming warm season bedding plants and cut flowers. These herbaceous warm season tender perennials have bulbous underground tubers. Their green foliage is compound and lush. The rounded double to semi-double blooms are long-lasting, appear all season and come in various shades of violet-purple....

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Bosh Bruening

(Dahlia, Decorative Dahlia, Figaro White Dahlia)

The Dahlia ‘Figaro White’ is a semi-double, white-flowered dahlia that is dwarf, uniform and heavy-flowering. It has shiny green foliage and a bushy branching habit.

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming warm season bedding plants and cut flowers. These herbaceous warm season tender perennials have bulbous underground tubers. Their green foliage is compound and lush. The rounded semi-double blooms are ivory to white and long-lasting. It is good to remove the old buds from spent flowers to encourage...

(Dahlia, Decorative Dahlia, Figaro Yellow Shades Dahlia)

The Dahlia mix ‘Figaro Yellow Shades’ has a suite of yellow-flowered dahlias that are dwarf, uniform and heavy-flowering. They have shiny green foliage and bushy branching habits.

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming warm season bedding plants and cut flowers. These herbaceous warm season tender perennials have bulbous underground tubers. Their green foliage is compound and lush. The rounded double to semi-double blooms are long-lasting, appear all season and come in various shades of yellow....

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Verwer Dahlias BV

(Dahlia, Decorative Dahlia, Gallery Leonardo Dahlia)

A tender, tuberous perennial, 'Gallery Leonardo' is compact, well-branched and produces lots of salmon-peach flowers in the warm season. This hybrid dahlia has beautiful deep-green leaves and miniature, semi-double (extra petals), formal-looking, salmon-peach flowers with a yellow-green central eye that may or may not be fully exposed. Blooming occurs when temperatures are warm and remain above freezing. Grown as an annual, it starts flowering in midsummer and continues until a killing frost.

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(Australian Pink Rock Orchid, Captain King's Dendrobium, Pink Rock Lily, Pink Rock Orchid)

This clump-forming orchid is grown for its handsome evergreen foliage and for its late winter to early spring display of showy fragrant flowers. It is native to upland forests of eastern Australia, growing on rock outcroppings and cliffs.

This relatively cold-hardy dendrobium bears long lance-shaped leaves on 4- to 12-inch (10- to 30-cm), narrowly conical "pseudobulbs." White, pink, purple, or red blooms are produced in erect or curving, 3- to 20-flowered clusters in late winter or early spring....

Image of Dianella photo by: Frank Tansey

Frank Tansey

(Dianella, Flax Lily)

The genus Dianella is made up of 25 species of woodland plants. These originate from tropical Africa, Asia, Australia, and Polynesia. The genus is named for the Roman goddess of the hunt and forest, Diana.

Most Dianella are evergreen herbaceous perennials borne from thick underground stems that grow laterally. They spread to form clumps or colonies. Most have upright grassy foliage consisting of strap-like or lance-shaped blades. These range in color from deep green to blue-green...

(Blue Flax Lily, Blueberry Lily, Paroo Lily)

The genus Dianella is made up of 25 species of woodland plants. These originate from tropical Africa, Asia, Australia, and Polynesia. The genus is named for the Roman goddess of the hunt and forest, Diana.

Most Dianella are evergreen herbaceous perennials borne from thick underground stems that grow laterally. They spread to form clumps or colonies. Most have upright grassy foliage consisting of strap-like or lance-shaped blades. These range in color from deep green to blue-green...

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Mark A. Miller

(Blue Flax Lily, Variegated Blue Flax Lily)

The genus Dianella is made up of 25 species of woodland plants. These originate from tropical Africa, Asia, Australia, and Polynesia. The genus is named for the Roman goddess of the hunt and forest, Diana.

Most Dianella are evergreen herbaceous perennials borne from thick underground stems that grow laterally. They spread to form clumps or colonies. Most have upright grassy foliage consisting of strap-like or lance-shaped blades. These range in color from deep green to blue-green...

Image of Dianella sandwicensis photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Ukiuki)

The genus Dianella is made up of 25 species of woodland plants. These originate from tropical Africa, Asia, Australia, and Polynesia. The genus is named for the Roman goddess of the hunt and forest, Diana.

Most Dianella are evergreen herbaceous perennials borne from thick underground stems that grow laterally. They spread to form clumps or colonies. Most have upright grassy foliage consisting of strap-like or lance-shaped blades. These range in color from deep green to blue-green...

Image of Dianella tasmanica photo by: Frank Tansey

Frank Tansey

(Blueberry Flax, Tasmanian Flax Lily)

Tasmanian flax lily is an evergreen perennial native to southeastern Australia and Tasmania. The leaves grow from underground thick stems that grow laterally and spread to form clumps or colonies. Its leathery strap-like blades are often curved. The lavender-blue flowers are held on branched stems above the foliage and appear from spring to summer. Each flower is small, nodding, star-shaped and centered with a flare of bright yellow male structures called stamens. These are followed by persistent...