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Genus Index : D to G

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Index D


How to Grow Dahlia

Growing Dahlia

Although Dahlia are half hardy perennials they are normally grown as a half hardy annual by gardeners. USDA hardiness zone: 3-10

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Darlingtonia Plant

Growing California pitcher plant

California pitcher plant, Cobra Lily. USDA hardiness zone: 8-10


Datura Plant

Growing Trumpet Flower

Trumpet Flower, Floripondio, Jimsonweed. USDA hardiness zone: 3-10


Delphinium Plant

Growing Larkspur

Larkspur. USDA hardiness zone: 3-9


Dianthus Plant

Growing Carnation

Carnation, Pink. USDA hardiness zone: 2-10


Dianthus (Sweet William) Plant

Growing Sweet William in the Garden

Sweet William. USDA hardiness zone: 4-10


Diascia Plant

Growing Twinspur

Twinspur. USDA hardiness zone: 2-10


Dicentra Plant

Growing Bleeding Heart

Bleeding Heart, Dutchmans’ Breeches, Komakusa. USDA hardiness zone: 3-9


Dictamnus Plant

Growing Burning Bush

Burning Bush, False Dittany. USDA hardiness zone: 3-8


Dierama Plant

Growing Fairy’s Fishing Rods

Fairy’s Fishing Rods, African Hairbell. USDA hardiness zone: 7-9


Digitalis Plant

Growing Foxglove

Foxglove. USDA hardiness zone: 3-9


Dimorphotheca Plant

Growing African Daisy

African Daisy, Cape Marigold, Namaqualand Daisy. USDA hardiness zone: 3-10


Dioscorea Plant

Growing Yam

Yam, Cinnamon Vine. USDA hardiness zone: 4-10


Dipsacus Plant

Growing Teasel

Teasel. USDA hardiness zone: 3-9


Dodecatheon Plant

Growing Shooting Star

Shooting Star, American Cowslip, Prairie Pointer. USDA hardiness zone: 4-10


Dolichos Plant

Growing Hyacinth Bean

Hyacinth Bean, Lablab, Sarawak Bean. USDA hardiness zone: 3-10


Doronicum Plant

Growing Leopard’s Bane

Leopard’s Bane. USDA hardiness zone: 4-8


Doryanthes Plant

Growing Gymea Lily

Gymea Lily. USDA hardiness zone: 10


Douglasia Plant

Growing Rock Jasmine

Rock Jasmine. USDA hardiness zone: 5-7


Draba Plant

Growing Whitlow Grass

Whitlow Grass. USDA hardiness zone: 3-8


Dracunculus Plant

Growing Dragon Arum

Dragon Arum, Dragon Plant, Voodoo Lily. USDA hardiness zone: 7-10


Dryas Plant

Growing Mountain Avens

Mountain Avens. USDA hardiness zone: 2-6


Index E


How to Grow Eccremocarpus

Growing Eccremocarpus

Eccremocarpus are hardy or half hardy perennial shrubby climbers they are usually grown as half hardy annuals in warm climates. Common names include Glory flower and Chilean Glory flower. USDA hardiness zone: 5-10

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How to Grow Echinacea

Growing Echinacea

Echinacea are hardy perennials that bloom from the summer until the beginning of autumn carrying white or red daisy-like flowers. . USDA hardiness zone: 3-9

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Echinops Plant

Growing Globe Thistle

Globe Thistle. USDA hardiness zone: 3-9


Echium Plant

Growing Viper's Bugloss

Viper's Bugloss, Patterson's Curse, Pateroi. USDA hardiness zone: 1-10


Emilia Plant

Growing Tasselflower

Tasselflower, Pualale. USDA hardiness zone: 3-10


Epigaea Plant

Growing Ground Laurel

Ground Laurel, Mayflower, Trailing Arbutus. USDA hardiness zone: 3-9


Epilobium Plant

Growing Willowherb

Willowherb, Spike-primrose, Fireweed, French Willow. USDA hardiness zone: 2-9


Epimedium Plant

Growing Barrenwort

Barrenwort, Bishop's hat. USDA hardiness zone: 4-9


Eragrostis Plant

Growing Lovegrass

Lovegrass, Candygrass, Stinkgrass. USDA hardiness zone: 3-10


Eranthis Plant

Growing Winter Aconite

Winter Aconite, Wolf’s Bane. USDA hardiness zone: 4-9


Eremurus Plant

Growing Desert Candle

Desert Candle, Foxtail Lily. USDA hardiness zone: 5-10


Erigeron Plant

Growing Fleabane

Fleabane. USDA hardiness zone: 2-9


Erinus Plant

Growing Fairy Foxglove

Fairy Foxglove, Starflower, Alpine Balsam. USDA hardiness zone: 4-9


Eriophorum Plant

Growing Cottongrass

Cottongrass, Cotton Sedge. USDA hardiness zone: 4-10


Erodium Plant

Growing Alfilaria

Alfilaria, Filaree, Storksbill. USDA hardiness zone: 6-10


Eryngium Plant

Growing Eryngo

Eryngo, Sea Holly, Rattlesnake master. USDA hardiness zone: 3-10


Erysimum Plant

Growing Wallflower

Wallflower, Blister Cress. USDA hardiness zone: 3-9


Erythronium Plant

Growing Fawn Lily

Fawn Lily, Trout Lily, Adder’s Tongue, Adam and Eve. USDA hardiness zone: 4-9


Eschscholzia Plant

Growing California Poppy

California Poppy, Tufted Poppy, Frying Pans. USDA hardiness zone: 1-10


Eucomis Plant

Growing Pineapple Flower

Pineapple Flower, Pineapple Lily. USDA hardiness zone: 3-10


Eupatorium Plant

Growing Boneset

Boneset, Thoroughwort, Hardy Ageratum, Feverwort. USDA hardiness zone: 3-8


Euphorbia Plant

Growing Poinsettia

Poinsettia, Daji, Rattlesnake Weed. USDA hardiness zone: 3-10


Perennial Euphorbia Plant

Growing

Spurge. USDA hardiness zone: 3-9


Eustoma Plant

Growing Gentian

Gentian, Texas Bluebell, Lisianthus. USDA hardiness zone: 5-10


Index F


Felicia Plant

Growing Blue Daisy

Blue Daisy, Kingfisher Daisy, Shrub Aster. USDA hardiness zone: 1-10


Festuca Plant

Growing Fescue

Fescue. USDA hardiness zone: 4-9


Filipendula Plant

Growing

Meadowsweet, Dropwort, Queen of the prairie. USDA hardiness zone: 3-9


Foeniculum Plant

Growing Fennel

Fennel, Finocchio. USDA hardiness zone: 3-10


Francoa Plant

Growing Bridal Wreath

Bridal Wreath, Maiden’s Wreath. USDA hardiness zone: 7-10


Fritillaria Plant

Growing Fritillary

Fritillary, Missionbell, Checkered Lily. USDA hardiness zone: 5-10


How to Grow Freesia

Growing Freesia

Freesia are half hardy bulbs that carry beautiful funnel-like fragranced flowers. USDA hardiness zone: 9-10

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Index G


Gaillardia Plant

Growing Blanket Flower

Blanket Flower, Firewheel, Perfume ball. USDA hardiness zone: 1-10


Galanthus Plant

Growing Snowdrop

Snowdrop. USDA hardiness zone: 2-9


Galega Plant

Growing Goat’s Rue

Goat’s Rue, French Lilac, Italian Fitch. USDA hardiness zone: 3-9


Galtonia Plant

Growing Giant Summer Hyacinth

Summer Hyacinth, Cape Hyacinth, Spire Lily. USDA hardiness zone: 6-10


Gaura Plant

Growing Beeblossom

Beeblossom, Linda Tarde, Velvetweed. USDA hardiness zone: 3-10


Gazania Plant

Growing Treasureflower

Treasureflower, Coastal Gazania. USDA hardiness zone: 5-10


Gentiana Plant

Growing Gentian

Gentian. USDA hardiness zone: 3-9


Geranium Plant

Growing Cranesbill

Geranium, Cranesbill. USDA hardiness zone: 4-10


Gerbera Plant

Growing Transvaal Daisy

Transvaal Daisy, Barberton Daisy. USDA hardiness zone: 7-10


Guem Plant

Growing

Avens, Guem, Prairie Smoke. USDA hardiness zone: 2-9


Gilia Plant

Growing Gily-flower

Gilia, Gily-flower, Queen Anne's Thimble, Thimble Flower. USDA hardiness zone: 6-10


Gillenia Plant

Growing Bowman’s root

Bowman’s root, American Ipecac. USDA hardiness zone: 4-8


How to Grow Gladiolus

Growing Gladiolus

Members of the Gladiolus genus include Gladioli, Corn Flag, and Sword Lily. They are half-hardy or hardy bulbs and can reach an height of 1.5 Metres (5 feet). USDA hardiness zone: 2-10

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Glaucium Plant

Growing Horned Poppy

Horned Poppy, Sea Poppy. USDA hardiness zone: 3-10


Glebionis Plant

Growing Corn Marigold

Corn Marigold, Corn Daisy, Annual Chrysanthemum. USDA hardiness zone: 3-10


Globularia Plant

Growing Globe Daisy

Globe Daisy. USDA hardiness zone: 5-9


Gloriosa Plant

Growing Flame Lily

Gloriosa Lily, Flame Lily, Fire Lily. USDA hardiness zone: 6-10


Gomphrena Plant

Growing Globe Amaranth

Globe Amaranth, Strawberry Fields. USDA hardiness zone: 3-10


Gunnera Plant

Growing Prickly Rhubarb

Prickly Rhubarb, Giant Rhubarb. USDA hardiness zone: 6-9


Gypsophila Plant

Growing Baby's Breath

Baby's Breath, Gyp, Soap Root. USDA hardiness zone: 3-10


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