• genus
  • Peltiphyllum Darwinia (lemon scented myrtle) Dasylirion Datura Davallia (hare's foot fern) Davidia Daviesia Decaisnea Degarmoara ( a hybrid orchid genus) Decarya Decumaria Deinanthe Delairea Delonix Delosperma Delphinium Dendranthema Dendrobium (an orchid genus) Dendrocalamus Dendrochilum (an orchid genus) Dendromecon (tree poppy) Denmoza Dennstaedtia (Hayscented fern or Cup fern) Deppea Derris Derwentia Deschampsia (hair grass) Desfontainia Desmodium Deuterocohnia syn. (wikipedia.org)
  • This form of author citation indicates that the epithet was originally published in another genus (in this case as Cistus coridifolius) by the first author, Dominique Villars (indicated by the enclosing parentheses), but moved to the present genus Helianthemum by the second (revising) author (António Xavier Pereira Coutinho). (wikipedia.org)
  • plants
  • plants like cistus (rock rose), grevillea, hakea, some forms of baccharis (coyote brush) and myrtus (myrtle), caesalpinia pulchrima (bird of paradise shrub), calliandra (fairy duster), melaleuca (honey myrtle), westringia ('coast myrtle') and leptospermum (tea tree) are also got heat and drought tolerant shrubs (once established) that might be useful. (city-data.com)
  • Jean-Baptist
  • The hybrid cultivar was first formally described in 1786 by Jean-Baptiste Lamarck in the botany division of the Encyclopédie méthodique par ordre des matières. (wikipedia.org)