Flowers That Start With D: 50 Beautiful Varieties to Admire

To help you find a variety of fresh flowers in a new way, we’ve compiled a list (along with descriptions, pictures, native range, and interesting facts) of 50 dee-vine flowers that start with the letter ‘D’. Enjoy!

1. Daffodil

Daffodils have cheerful trumpet-shaped flowers that blossom in shades of sunny yellow, white, orange, and pink combinations. In the Victorian language of flowers, daffodils most commonly represent regard.

2. Dahlia

Dahlia is a genus containing 41 accepted species of plants that produce highly geometric flowers with symmetrical patterns of abundant petals.

3. Daisy

Bellis perennis (the common daisy) is an herbaceous perennial that produces flowerheads composed of yellow disc florets surrounded by white or pink ray florets.

4. Dame’s Rocket

Dame’s rocket is a biennial flowering plant that produces mounds of upright foliage and clusters of petite, four-petaled flowers. Dame’s rocket commonly blooms in shades of purple and lavender.

5. Dancing Girls

Impatiens bequaertii is a perennial flowering plant with a trailing and climbing growth habit. The plants are relatively small, growing only to be about a foot tall and wide at maturity.

6. Dancing Lady Orchid

The Oncidium genus contains 336 accepted species of orchids, commonly called dancing lady orchids. These plants feature low-lying, thick, and strappy foliage and long stems from which sprays of flowers emerge.

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