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Plant Genus Growing Guides Index: D to G

Welcome to the Growing plants genus index D-G section of the GardenersHQ website.


Index D


How to Grow Dahlia

Growing Dahlia

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


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 Carnations and Pinks

Growing Carnation

Carnation, Pink. USDA hardiness zone: 2-10


Dianthus Plants Sweet William

Growing Sweet William in the Garden

Sweet William. USDA hardiness zone: 4-10


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


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


Dracunculus Plant

Growing Dragon Arum

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


Index E


How to Grow Eccremocarpus

Growing Eccremocarpus

Common names include Glory flower and Chilean Glory flower. USDA hardiness zone: 5-10


How to Grow Echinacea

Growing Echinacea

Coneflowers 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


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


Epimedium Plant

Growing Barrenwort

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


Eranthis Plant

Growing Winter Aconite

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


Erigeron Plant

Growing Fleabane

Fleabane. USDA hardiness zone: 2-9


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


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


How to Grow Freesia

Growing Freesia

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

Find out more about Growing Freesia


Fritillaria Plant

Growing Fritillary

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


Index G


Galanthus

Growing Snowdrop

Snowdrop. USDA hardiness zone: 2-9


Galega

Growing Goat’s Rue

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


Gaura

Growing Beeblossom

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


Gentiana

Growing Gentian

Gentian. USDA hardiness zone: 3-9


Geranium

Growing Cranesbill

Geranium, Cranesbill. USDA hardiness zone: 4-10


Gerbera

Growing Transvaal Daisy

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


Geum

Growing

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


Gladiolus

Growing Gladiolus

Common names include Gladioli, Corn Flag, and Sword Lily. Half-hardy or hardy bulbs. USDA hardiness zone: 2-10


Glebionis

Growing Corn Marigold

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


Gloriosa Plant

Growing Flame Lily

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


Gomphrena

Growing Globe Amaranth

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


Gypsophila

Growing Baby's Breath

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

Secondary Index for Plants by Genus, D, E, F and G

As this Index section is large it has been split into two parts

Visit this page for advice on less frequently Grown plants: Index D to G Part 2.

Plant Genera included in the secondary index are as follows: Darlingtonia Diascia Dodecatheon Douglasia Draba Dryas Emilia Epigaea Epilobium Eragrostis Eremurus Erinus Eriophorum Erodium Eschscholzia Eucomis Euphorbia Fothergilla Francoa Gaillardia Galtonia Gazania Gilia Gillenia Glaucium Globularia and Gunnera.



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