Quick View Deschampsia cespitosa 'Goldstaub' £4.00
Airy heads of golden flowers on upright stems in early summer to 60cm. Tussocks of dark green leaves are semi-evergreen. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade.
More details... Quick View Deschampsia cespitosa 'Goldtau' £4.00
Neat clumps of mid-green leaves and upright stems bearing shining heads of golden flowers in early summer. The heads are held throughout summer, autumn and into winter. 60cm.
More details... Quick View Deschampsia cespitosa 'Palava' £4.00
A selection from Moravia in the Czech Republic with a compact habit and showy metallic flowers from June till autumn. Seedheads good overwinter. Decent soil in sun or light shade. 50cm.
More details... Quick View Deschampsia cespitosa 'Schottland' £4.00
Evergreen clumps of long narrow leaves produce arching stems with bronzey-buff open panicles on early summer. Seed heads are held until winter. 90cm. Good soil in shade for best effect.
More details... Quick View Deschampsia cespitosa var. vivipara £4.00
A very green plant, young plants in place of flowers on slender arching stems to 90cm. Semi evergreen grass for sun or shade in average to good soil.
More details... Quick View Dianthus 'Old Square Eyes' £4.50
Eye-catching flowers of white with salmon pink markings at the tips and in the centre. A good garden pink for a sunny spot at the front of a border. 40cm.
More details... Quick View Dianthus 'Tatra Blush' £4.50
A dwarf Pink with single, near white flowers which age pink, with a pink-red ring in the middle and cut/frilled tips to the petals. Scented. Drained soil in full sun, 30cm.
More details... Quick View Dianthus 'Tatra Fragrance' £4.50
Heavily fringed, near white flowers with a central crimson ring that extends into a bar down the centre of each petal. A compact pink for rockery or front of border in full sun and drained soil. 20cm.
More details... Quick View Dianthus amurensis £4.00
A delightful herbaceous Pink from the Amur river valley area. Upright stems topped with generous heads of violet flowers in summer. Drained soil in sun. Easy and very hardy. 30cm.
More details... Quick View Dianthus carthusianorum £4.00
Clumps of blue-grey foliage send up tall, arching, wiry stems topped with clusters of magenta flowers in early summer. Excellent for mixing with ornamental grasses. Ordinary soil in sun. 80cm.
More details... Quick View Dianthus ferrugineus £4.00
Slightly bigger than the popular Dianthus cruentus, this has similar ruby red flowers in dense heads on wiry stems to 60cm. Clumps of greyish leaves. Ordinary soil in full sun.
More details... Quick View Dianthus sp. coll. Uzbekistan £4.00
A small species with grassy grey-green foliage, often tinted purple, and clouds of brilliant purplish red flowers in summer to 25cm. Drained soil in sun.
More details... Quick View Dianthus superbus £4.00
A beautiful and easy herbaceous perennial species with heads of fimbriate pinkish flowers to c. 45cm. Relatively short lived so allow to self-sow. Ordinary soil in sun.
More details... Quick View Diarrhena obovata £4.00
Bright fresh green clumps for good soil in shade produce tall, arching stems with spikes of golden green flowers in summer to 1m. Hardy and easy in a woodsy border.
More details... Quick View Dicentra cucullaria £4.00
Neat clumps of cut greyish green foliage produce short arching stems with pretty white flowers with pale yellow bases in spring. Good, leafy, drained soil in shade. 20cm.
More details... Quick View Dicentra cucullaria 'Pink Punk' £5.00
Good, leafy, drained soil in shade. 20cm.
More details... Quick View Dicentra eximia A £4.50
A low growing woodlander from the eastern USA with finely cut foliage and arching heads of light pink flowers. Originally grown from wild collected seed then divided. 25cm.
More details... Quick View Dicentra formosa 'Langtrees' £4.00
AGM Low growing patches of blueish green ferny foliage and tough creamy flowers with a little lilac pink at the base in spring. Decent soil in shade. 30cm.
More details... Quick View Dierama 'Pink Rocket' £6.00
Seed grown plants from this Dierama erectum hybrid with showy, flared bright pink flowers on arching stems to 1.2m. Good but drained soil in full sun.
More details... Quick View Dierama dracomontanum Wisley Princess Gp £6.00
A seed strain of this delightful dwarf and elegant species with dangling flowers in shades of pink and pinkish-red. Grassy foliage. Drained but good soil in sun. 50cm.
More details... Quick View Dierama igneum £5.00
One of the easiest species to grow here making low clumps of grassy foliage and pendant bells of a rich pinkish red in summer to 35cm. Drained, but not dry, fertile soil in sun.
More details... Quick View Dierama pendulum x pulcherrimum £5.00
Hybrid seedlings between these species which produce classic Angels Fishing Rods from near white, through shades of pink to near purple. Mostly 1.5m-1.8m tall. Drained but good soil in full sun.
More details... Quick View Disporopsis nova £5.50
New to cultivation this species has shiny, evergreen leaves, quite narrow and held on stems to 40cm. Lots of whitish flowers with green/brown speckles in late spring to early summer. Good soil in shade.
More details... Quick View Disporopsis pernyi B&SWJ1864 £5.00
This collection has narrower leaves and is shorter than normal. A plant for leafy soil in shade. Forms a dense patch in time. 20cm.
More details... Quick View Disporopsis pernyi ex. Bill Baker £5.50
A form with more narrow leaves giving a slightly more refined and "lighter" look in the garden. Clumps of evergreen foliage with white and green bells in early summer. 30cm. Best in good soil in shade.