9 Beautiful Flowers That Start With D


Daffodils are flowers in the genus. The more than 50 species in the genus are easy-to-grow bulb flowers first from Europe and North Africa.


Dahlias are a group of plants that come in many species and varieties in the genus of the family. These gorgeous flowers have deep cultural significance in parts of Central America.

Dahlberg Daisy 

The Dahlberg daisy is an annual flower with bright yellow, fragrant blossoms. At full maturity, the Dahlberg daisy reaches heights between 6 and 12 inches tall.

Dame’s Rocket

At full maturity, the plants reach between 12 and 36 inches tall and grow best in conditions of full sun to part shade in USDA hardiness zones 3 to 8.


These flowering herbaceous perennial plants are native to Eurasia but have spread more broadly, including across North America.


Daphne is a broadleaf evergreen plant originally from Asia, particularly China and Japan. Daphne flowers are fragrant showy blossoms that are typically pinkish purple with white on the inside.


The daylily is a perennial flower, with many varieties in the genus. Some of the popular Daylily varieties include ‘Autumn Red’, ‘Apricot’, ‘Apricot Beauty’, ‘Green Tarantula’, ‘Prairie Blue Eyes’, ‘Lady Emily’, and numerous others. 


Delosperma, also known as “ice plant,” is an herbaceous perennial originally from southern Africa. The ice plant produces glossy, red, or purple-colored blossoms.


Larkspur plants can grow to heights of 4 to 6 feet tall with a spread of 2 to 3 feet across and thrive in USDA hardiness zones 3 to 7.

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