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Image Botanical Name Common Name Description

Northern Lights Tufted Hair Grass

Deschampsia cespitosa 'Northern Lights' Northern Lights Tufted Hair Grass

Evergreen ornamental grass with green and cream-white foliage, sometimes suffused rosy-pink tints in cooler weather.  Ornamental grasses are low-maintenance and grow well in most soil types.  They look beautiful, adding color, height and movement to your garden.  An excellent companion plant with contrasting foliage.

Velvet 'N Lace Dianthus

Dianthus chinensis 'Velvet 'N Lace' Velvet 'N Lace Dianthus

Deep scarlet flowers with lacy white margins are displayed on bushy, compact plants with lance-shaped, blue-gray foliage.  Evergreen perennial.  Plant in lightly alkaline, fertile, light, fast-draining soil.  Good in rock gardens, edgings, and as groundcover.  Provide low to moderate water once established.

Zing Rose Maiden Pink

Dianthus deltoides 'Zing Rose' Zing Rose Maiden Pink

Deep rose-red flowers bloom on this low, mat forming plant.  Shear back after flowering to encourage continuous bloom.  Evergreen and slightly fragrant.  Plant in lightly alkaline, fertile, light, fast-draining soil.  Good in rock gardens, edgings, and as groundcover.  Provide low to moderate water once established.

Firewitch Carnations

Dianthus gratianopolitanus 'Firewitch' Firewitch Carnations

One of the best of all the Pinks for its mounded, silver-blue foliage and a bright display of single magenta flowers in spring. Sporadically re-blooms all summer.  Deer resistant.  Cheddar Pinks grow best in well-drained, loose soil that is not wet in winter. Drought tolerant.  Requires little water once established. 2006 Perennial Plant of the year.

Tiny Rubies

Dianthus gratianopolitanus 'Tiny Rubies' Tiny Rubies

Fragrant double, pink flowers cover a cushion of blue-green, grass-like foliage.  Remove faded flowers to encourage new blooms.  Grows bet in cool, well-drained, slightly alkaline soils  Plant where the clove-like fragrance can be appreciated.  Good in containers, rock gardens, or edging pathways.  Tolerates varying amounts of foot traffic.

Spotty Carnation

Dianthus x 'Spotty' Spotty Carnation

A cushioned mound of gray-green foliage with tall stems carrying cherry-red and white flowers.  Removing spent blooms will encourage rebloom.  Evergreen.  Deer resistant.  Cheddar Pinks grow best in well-drained, loose soil that is not wet in winter.  Drought tolerant.  Requires little water once established.

Blue Evergreen Hydrangea

Dichroa febrifuga 'UBC Form' Blue Evergreen Hydrangea

This deciduous shrub displays light pink or blue flower clusters which morph I to deep blue berries that persist from fall till spring.  Semi-evergreen foliage.  A hydrangea relative from China.  Plant in humus-rich, moist, well-drained soil.  Good in shady borders, containers and woodland gardens.

Tazmanian Tree Fern

Dicksonia antarctica Tazmanian Tree Fern

This slow-growing tree fern displays arching bright-green fronds in a full head.  The trunk is covered with reddish-brown hairs.  Ideal for shady borders, accent plantings and along walkways.  Prefers moist, well-drained soil with consistent water during hot weather.

Uruguayan Firecracker Plant

Dicliptera suberecta Uruguayan Firecracker Plant

A woody perennial from Uruguay. Felty, velvety gray foliage sets off the clusters of tubular, orange-red flowers. Good in borders, containers and hanging baskets.  Easy to grow in well-drained soil.  Drought tolerant once established.

Leopard's Bane Little Leo

Doronicum orientale 'Little Leo' Leopard's Bane Little Leo

Golden yellow, semi-double, daisy-like flowers bloom on this compact, mounding herbaceous perennial.  Long bloom season provides masses of cut flowers.  Plant in rich, moist, well-drained soil  Use in spring borders, containers and woodland gardens.  Does not tolerate drought conditions.

Mountain Pepper

Drimys lanceolata Mountain Pepper

Dense evergreen shrub with distinctive red stems.  Round clusters of fragrant white flowers are followed by shiny black fruit.  The small, oval, glossy-green foliage has a peppery taste.  Plant in well-drained soil with average water.  Occasionally tip prune to maintain form.  Well-suited to missed borders, foundation plantings and low hedges. Prefers sheltered sots in cooler climates.

Broad Buckler Fern

Dryopteris austriaca 'Crispa Whiteside' Broad Buckler Fern

Compact growing fern with triangular-shaped fronds with twisted edges. Very interesting selection from England. Deer resistant.  Ferns thrive in neutral to acidic, loose, richly organic soil  Excellent for mass plantings, rock gardens, containers, in woodlands and naturalized landscapes.

Autumn Fern

Dryopteris erythrosora Autumn Fern

Spreading fern named for its colorful spring foliage.  Curled young fronds are coppery-pink, then bronze-tinted, and finally deep-green.  Semi-evergreen.  Deer resistant.  Ferns thrive in neutral to acidic, loose, richly organic soil.  Excellent for mass plantings, rock gardens, containers, in woodlands and naturalized landscapes.

Prolifica Autumn Fern

Dryopteris erythrosora 'Prolifica' Prolifica Autumn Fern

Semi-evergreen fern with reddish new foliage in spring which turns to green for summer and coppery-red again in fall.  Spreads slowly by underground stems.  Ferns thrive in neutral to acidic, loose, richly organic soil.  Excellent for mass plantings, rock gardens, containers, in woodlands and naturalized landscapes.

Chinese Wood Fern

Dryopteris pulcherrima Chinese Wood Fern

Recently introduced evergreen species fern with rich green, elegantly arched, triangular fronds. Light, airy appearance and extraordinary heat tolerance.  Ferns thrive in neutral to acidic, loose, richly organic soil.  Excellent for mass plantings, rock gardens, containers, in woodlands and naturalized landscapes.

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