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‘Dallas Red’

(Sneed Nurs., Oklahoma City, OK. Cat. p. 4. 1955): Fls. large, brilliant red.

(Boyd Nurs., McMinnville, TN. Cat. p. 11. 1957): Fls. rich red; hardy; mildew resistant. Possibly orig. at the Sarver Nurs., Dallas TX, before intro. by Troup Nurs., Troup , TX , c. 1939. Red Purple 60C 2.

 

‘Dark Crimson’

(A.F. Sanford Arb., Knoxville, TN. Cat. & Plt. List, p. 68. 1930, without descr.)

 

‘Debaillon Pink’

(Roach Nursery, Inc., West Monroe, LA): Plants received at the U.S. National Arboretum, Washington, DC, May 22, 1978.

 

‘Deep Pink’

(Ashford Park Nurs., Atlanta, GA. Cat. p. 15. 1923): Vigorous, upright shrub; fls. watermelon pink.

= ‘Watermelon Red’, ‘Bright Red’, ‘Red Star’, ‘Watermelon Pink’.

 

‘Deep Red’

(James C. Kell, Comp., Houston, TX. Crapemyrtles in Cultivation.1990: rev. 6/94. unpubl.): Red, more or less pyramidal panicles. Multi-trunked.

 

‘Delea’

(Flowerwood Nursery Inc. Catalog, 2013/2014): “The Delta Series Crapemyrtles bear bright blooms in a variety of colors that contrast vividly with their unique dark burgundy, cupped leaves. These versatile small trees are a stunning garden accent. 6-10’ H x 4-5’ W Moonlight-white.”  Name registered January 28, 2014.

= DELTA MOONLIGHT

 

‘Deleb’

(Flowerwood Nursery Inc. Catalog, 2013/2014): “The Delta Series Crapemyrtles bear bright blooms in a variety of colors that contrast vividly with their unique dark burgundy, cupped leaves. These versatile small trees are a stunning garden accent. 6-10’ H x 4-5’ W Eclipse-light lavender.”  Name registered January 28, 2014.

=DELTA ECLIPSE

 

‘Delec’

(Flowerwood Nursery Inc. Catalog, 2013/2014): “The Delta Series Crapemyrtles bear bright blooms in a variety of colors that contrast vividly with their unique dark burgundy, cupped leaves. These versatile small trees are a stunning garden accent. 6-10’ H x 4-5’ W Flame-dark red.”  Name registered January 28, 2014.

=DELTA FLAME

 

‘Delta Blush’

(Ornamentals South 4(3):13-14. April 1982): Miniature. Pink fls. Begins blooming before May 15; heavy bloomer.

(Henry Field Seed & Nurs., Co., Shenandoah, IA. 73:SP 1984): Soft pink blooms all summer.

(Hines Nurs., Santa Ana, CA. 42:1988): Pink. Plant Patent #4186. Exclusive Hines introduction. Miniature, Weeping.

(James C. Kell, Comp., Houston, TX. Crapemyrtles in Cultivation. 1990: rev. 6/94. unpubl.): Low growing, twiggy; 1.5-2 ft height; Pink (clear, light) fading to pale pink, bicolor effect, more or less pyramidal panicles; heavy bloomer. Originally patented in 1978 as ‘Pink Blush’.

[NOTE: This plant was originally registered December 15, 1980, and published in The Lagerstroemia Handbook/Checklist, AABGA, p. 42-43. 1978, as ‘Pink Blush’. A request by the originator to change the name to ‘Delta Blush’ was made in a letter dated December 10, 1981. At that time the request was denied. In accordance with Article 14.3, International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants-1995, p. 17, 1995, the name ‘Delta Blush’ is now the accepted epithet.]

= ‘Pink Blush’ (Old).

 

‘Desal 173’

(Desmartis Cat. p. 30. 1990-91): [Depot 41/08 due 06/06/88 , C.O.V. (Certificat d’obtention Vegetale)]: Very supple weeping growth habit; very open, bright pink fls.; fls. from July to Sept.; when well established hardy to -18C. Selected by M. Jacques Desmartis in 1961. Trademark registered INPI June 2, 1988. Intro. in 1989 by Desmartis S.A. Name ‘Alienor D’Aquitaine’ registered April 5, 1993.

[NOTE: In accordance with the 1995 International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants, names that are trademarked are not valid cultivar names. Therefore, the registration of the cultivar name ‘Alienor D’Aquitaine’ is rescinded and the cultivar name ‘Desal 173’ is registered and approved as of January 1, 1996. International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants - 1995, Principle 6, p. 4. 1995]

= ‘Desal 173’ ALIENOR®, ALIENOR D’AQUITAINE®.

 

‘Desand 081’

(Desmartis & Cie., Bergerac, France. Cat. p. 18. 1973-74): Vigorous growth; lvs. purple beneath, orange to purple autumn coloration; fls. average, red (Solferino Purple). Orig. as hybrid developed by Andre Desmartis, Bergerac, France. Named and intro. in 1973 by Desmartis & Cie. Name ‘Souvenire D’André Desmartis’ registered January 15, 1975.

[NOTE: In accordance with the 1995 International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants, names that are trademarked are not valid cultivar names. Therefore, the registration of the cultivar name ‘Souvenir D’André Desmartis’ is rescinded and the cultivar name ‘Desand 081’ is registered and approved as of January 1, 1996. International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants - 1995, Principle 6, p. 4. 1995]

= ‘Desand 081’ SOUVENIR D’ANDRÉ DESMARTIS®

 

‘Deschin’

(Desmartis & Cie., Bergerac, France. Cat. p. 18. 1973-74): Vigorous growth; panicles slender, well distributed; fls. early, Bordeaux Purple (orchid purple). Orig. as hybrid developed in 1960 by Jacques Desmartis, Bergerac, France. Named, trademarked in France, and intro. in 1973 by Desmartis & Cie. Name ‘Terre Chinoise’ registered January 15, 1975.

[NOTE: In accordance with the 1995 International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants, names that are trademarked are not valid cultivar names. Therefore, the registration of the cultivar name ‘Terre Chinoise’ is rescinded and the cultivar name ‘Deschin’ is registered and approved as of January 1, 1996. International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants - 1995, Principle 6, p. 4. 1995].

= ‘Deschin’ TERRE CHINOISE®.

 

‘Desemi 103’

(Pépinières Desmartis, Bergerac, France. Tarif Marchand HorsTaxes Automne 78. P. 57. 1978): (DESEMI 103 C.O.V.) New variety introduced into the trade for the first time in 1978. Selected at our nursery for its brilliant red coloring and its excellent profusion of flowers; large crimson (carmine) flowers. Shrub with vigorous vegetation and upright habit; perfectly suitable as small tree. Orig. controlled pollination of L. indica hybrid. Name ‘Saint Émilion’ registered February 23, 1979.

[NOTE: In accordance with the 1995 International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants, names that are trademarked are not valid cultivar names. Therefore, the registration of the cultivar name ‘Saint Émilion’ is rescinded and the cultivar name ‘Desemi 103’ is registered and approved as of January 1, 1996. International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants - 1995, Principle 6, p. 4. 1995].

= ‘Desemi 103’ SAINT ÉMILION®.

 

‘Deshub 085’

(Desmartis & Cie., Bergerac, Franc. Cat. p. 18. 1973-74): Fls. abundant, mauve lilac. A chance seedling selected by Andre Desmartis, Bergerac, France. Named and intro. in 1973 by Desmartis & Cie. Name ‘Souvenir de Hubert Puard’ registered January 15, 1975.

[NOTE: In accordance with the 1995 International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants, names that are trademarked are not valid cultivar names. Therefore, the registration of the cultivar name ‘Souvenir de Hubert Puard’ is rescinded and the cultivar name ‘Deshub 085’ is registered and approved as of January 1, 1996. International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants - 1995, Principle 6, p. 4. 1995].

= ‘Deshub 085’ SOUVENIR DE HUBERT PUARD®.

 

‘Desjac 124’

(Desmartis & Cie., Bergerac, France. Undated promotional brochure received 11/4/80): The latest creation of DESMARTIS, entered into the nursery trade for the first time in 1980. We have kept it in our collection because of its extremely interesting characteristics: Shiny pink coloring (pink camellia). Vigorous, pliant trunk. Exceptional flowering with numerous thyrses, perfectly formed.

(Woody Plant Registration Form, U.S. National Arboretum, Washington, DC. 1982): Upright, vigorous; trunk pliant; shiny pink coloring (pink camellia); exceptional flowering with numerous perfectly formed thyrses; orig. L. indica hybrid by controlled pollination; intro. in 1980 by Jacques Desmartis. Name ‘Jacqueline Desmartis’ registered October 1, 1982.

[NOTE: In accordance with the 1995 International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants, names that are trademarked are not valid cultivar names. Therefore, the registration of the cultivar name ‘Jacqueline Desmartis’ is rescinded and the cultivar name ‘Desjac 124’ is registered and approved as of January 1, 1996. International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants - 1995, Principle 6, p. 4. 1995]

= ‘Desjac 124’ JACQUELINE DESMARTIS®.

 

‘Desjan 086’

(Desmartis & Cie., Bergerac , France . Cat. p. 18. 1973-74): Compact growth; fls. mid-July to late August, rose (Bengal Rose), recurrent bloom. Orig. as hybrid developed by Andre Desmartis, Bergerac , France . Named and intro. by Desmartis & Cie. in 1973. Name ‘Jeanne Desmartis’ registered January 15, 1975.

[NOTE: In accordance with the 1995 International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants, names that are trademarked are not valid cultivar names. Therefore, the registration of the cultivar name ‘Jeanne Desmartis’ is rescinded and the cultivar name ‘Desjan 086’ is registered and approved as of January 1, 1996. International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants - 1995, Principle 6, p. 4. 1995]

= ‘Desjan 086’ JEANNE DESMARTIS®.

 

‘Deskim 082’

(Desmartis & Cie., Bergerac, France. Cat. p. 19. 1973-74): Infl. compact, well distributed; fls. pure white. Orig. as hybrid developed in 1960 by Jacques Desmartis, Bergerac, France. Named, trademarked in France, and intro. in 1973 by Desmartis & Cie. Name ‘Kimono’ registered January 15, 1975.

[NOTE: In accordance with the 1995 International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants, names that are trademarked are not valid cultivar names. Therefore, the registration of the cultivar name ‘Kimono’ is rescinded and the cultivar name ‘Deskim 082’ is registered and approved as of January 1, 1996. International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants - 1995, Principle 6, p. 4. 1995]

= ‘Deskim 082’ KIMONO®.

 

‘Desmon’

(Desmartis & Cie., Bergerac, France. Cat. p. 19. 1977-78): Erect growth, branches exceptionally vigorous and slender; panicles long, fls. clear rose, mid-July until autumn. Orig. as hybrid developed in 1960 by Jacques Desmartis, Bergerac, France. Named ‘Bengali’ and intro. in 1973 by Desmartis & Cie.; name registered January 15, 1975 . Name changed by Desmartis & Cie. in September, 1977, to ‘Monbazillac’; name change registered March 7, 1978.

[NOTE: In accordance with the 1995 International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants, names that are trademarked are not valid cultivar names. Therefore, the registration of the cultivar name ‘Monbazillac’ is rescinded and the cultivar name ‘Desmon’ is registered and approved as of January 1, 1996. International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants - 1995, Principle 6, p. 4. 1995].

= ‘Desmon’ BENGALI, MONBAZILLAC®.

 

‘Desmou 083’

(Desmartis & Cie., Bergerac, France. Cat. p. 19. 1973-74): Fls. early in season, bright rose (Persian Rose), recurrent bloom. Orig. as hybrid developed in 1960 by Jacques Desmartis, Bergerac, France. Named, trademarked in France, and intro. in 1973 by Desmartis & Cie. Name ‘La Mousson’ registered January 15, 1975.

[NOTE: In accordance with the 1995 International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants, names that are trademarked are not valid cultivar names. Therefore, the registration of the cultivar name ‘La Mousson’ is rescinded and the cultivar name ‘Desmou 083’ is registered and approved as of January 1, 1996. International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants - 1995, Principle 6, p. 4. 1995]

= ‘Desmou 083’ LA MOUSSON®.

 

‘Despan 001’

(Desmartis & Cie., Bergerac, France. Cat. p. 19. 1973-74): Strong horizontal branching; panicles numerous, well distributed, fls. magenta purple. Orig. as hybrid developed in 1960 by Jacques Desmartis, Bergerac, France; trademarked and patented in France; intro. in 1973 by Desmartis & Cie. Name ‘Mon Panache’ registered January 15, 1975.

[NOTE: In accordance with the 1995 International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants, names that are trademarked are not valid cultivar names. Therefore, the registration of the cultivar name ‘Mon Panache’ is rescinded and the cultivar name ‘Despan 001’ is registered and approved as of January 1, 1996. International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants - 1995, Principle 6, p. 4. 1995].

= ‘Despan 001’ MON PANACHE®.

 

‘Dessoi 062’

(Desmartis & Cie., Bergerac, France. Cat. p. 19. 1973-74): Treelike, graceful habit; lvs. bright green above, and light green beneath; panicles conical to generally square, 10-30 cm long, arch outwardly; fls. mid-July to late Aug., pale pink (Amaranth Rose 530 1), recurrent bloom. Orig. as hybrid developed in 1960 by Jacques Desmartis, Bergerac, France. Patented and trademarked in France in 1971; patented in the United States, #3504, in 1974; named and intro. in 1973 by Desmartis & Cie. Name ‘Soir D’Été’ registered January 15, 1975.

[NOTE: In accordance with the 1995 International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants, names that are trademarked are not valid cultivar names. Therefore, the registration of the cultivar name ‘Soir D’Été’ is rescinded and the cultivar name ‘Dessoi 062’ is registered and approved as of January 1, 1996. International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants - 1995, Principle 6, p. 4. 1995]

= ‘Dessoi 062’ SOIR D’ÉTÉ.

 

‘Desyan 184’

(Desmartis & Cie., Bergerac, France. Cat. p. 19. 1973-74): Erect growth habit, vigorous; lvs. bright, shiny, clear green, lightly folded toward center; panicles heavy, compact, pyramidal; fls. crimson red (Red Magenta) turning to Tyre Rose. Orig. as hybrid developed by Jacques Desmartis, Bergerac , France . Named, trademarked in France, and intro. in 1973 by Desmartis & Cie. Name ‘Yang-Tse’ registered January 15, 1975.

[NOTE: In accordance with the 1995 International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants, names that are trademarked are not valid cultivar names. Therefore, the registration of the cultivar name ‘Yang-Tse’ is rescinded and the cultivar name ‘Desyan 184’ is registered and approved as of January 1, 1996. International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants - 1995, Principle 6, p. 4. 1995].

= ‘Desyan 184’ YANG-TSE®.

 

‘Diane’

(D.R. Egolf and A. Andrick, The Lagerstroemia Handbook/Checklist, AABGA, p. 45. 1978): Panicles abundant, fls. lavender. Orig. as open pollinated F2 L. fauriei × L. indica. Selected in 1972 by Mrs. C.D. Tinsley, Houston, TX; named and intro. in 1973 by Lowrey Nurs., Houston, TX. Name registered April 30, 1974.

 

‘Dixie Brilliant’

(H.G. Hastings Co., Atlanta, GA. Cat. p. 14. 1943-44): Fls. deep watermelon red, very prolific. Intro. by H.G. Hastings Co. Also listed as ‘Dixie Brilliant Red’ and ‘New Dixie Brilliant’.

 

‘Dixie Series’

(Carolina Nurs., Moncks Corner, SC. Fl 1986): Miniature Weeping Crepe Myrtles.

(Hines Nurs. Co., Santa Ana, CA. Letter. 1987): This is not a cultivar name. Ten “varieties” intro. by Hines; patented by Chopin & Wright Nurseries, LA.

= ‘Dixie Hybrids’.

 

‘Doris Straub’

(Andersen Horticultural Library’s Source List of Plants & Seeds, University of Minnesota, 4th Edition. 1996:pp173-174, without descr., as available from Louisiana Nursery, Opelousas, LA): L. speciosa variety.

 

‘Double Pink’

(Harry E. Saier, Dimondale, MI. Cat. #31. p. 85. 1969, without descr.): L. speciosa variety.

 

‘Durant Red’

(Monrovia Nurs., Azusa, CA. Cat. p. 56. 1962-63): Fls. pure red. Orig. at Durant Nurs., Durant, OK.

= ‘Country Red’, ‘Pure Red’.

 

‘Dwarf Blue’

(Baker Bros., Fort Worth, TX. Cat. p. 20. 1909): dwarf, stocky habit; fls. light blue, profuse bloomer.

(Armstrong Nurs., San Marino, CA. Cat. p. 40. 1930): Semi-dwarf, 8 ft. high; fls. lavender-blue. Cobalt Violet 634/1 to 634/3 1.

= ‘Baker Dwarf Blue’, ‘Blue Midget’, ‘Nana’, ‘Nana Blue’, ‘Nana Corrulea’, ‘Coerulea Nana’.

 

‘Dwarf Crimson’

(Inter-State Rose Gdns., Jacksonville, FL. Cat. p. 14. 1917): Fls. red, large panicles.

(Inter-State Nurs., Macclenny, FL. Cat. p. 18. 1919): Compact shrub; fls. crimson red, profuse bloomer. Orig. Griffing Nurs., Beaumont, TX.

= ‘Griffing’s Dwarf Crimson’.

 

‘Dwarf Dark Red’

(James C. Kell, Comp., Houston, TX. Crapemyrtles in Cultivation, 1990: Rev. 6/94. unpubl.): Red (dark) flowers, more or less pyramidal panicles; multi-trunked.

 

‘Dwarf Lavender’

(Armstrong Nurs., San Marino, CA. Cat. p. 44. 1934): Dwarf, 8-10 ft high; fls. lavender-blue.

= ‘Dwarf Purple’, ‘Dwarf Lavender-Blue’, ‘Frosty Blue’, ‘Hardy Dwarf Lavender-Blue’, ‘Lavendula Nana’, ‘Lilac Nana’, ‘Nana Lavendula’, ‘Nana Purpurea’.

 

‘Dwarf Lavender-Blue’

(Plant Buyer’s Guide, 5th ed. 1949, without descr., as available from Bradley Bros., Carbondale, IL).

= ‘Dwarf Purple’, ‘Dwarf Lavender’, ‘Frosty Blue’, ‘Hardy Dwarf Lavender-Blue’, ‘Lavendula Nana’, ‘Lilac Nana’, ‘Nana Lavendula’, ‘Nana Purpurea’.

 

‘Dwarf Low Flame’

(Louisiana Nurs., Opelousas, LA. 74:1987-1988): Good dwarf red. Semi-dwarf.

= ‘Low Flame’.

 

‘Dwarf Orchid’

(Andersen Hort. Lib. Source List, 1987, as available from Aldridge Nurs.): (Aldridge Nurs., Von Ormy,  TX. 11:FL86-SP87): Beautiful dwarf crape myrtle of our own introduction. Light to medium orchid flowers in profusion. Compact shrubs mature at 4 to 6 feet.

(James C. Kell, Comp., Houston, TX. Crapemyrtles in Cultivation. 1990: Rev. 6/94. unpubl.): Lavender (medium, fading lighter, buds very light rose-red; multitrunked; intro. by Aldridge Nursery, Von Ormy, Texas. Looks identical to PETITE ORCHID™.

= ‘Monhid’ PETITE ORCHID™?

 

‘Dwarf Peppermint’

(Plant & Supply Locator. January, 2000:p. 147, without descr., as available from Forest Nursery Co. and Green Tree Nursery, McMinnville, TN): L. indica variety.

 

‘Dwarf Pink’

(A.F. Sanford Arb., Knoxville, TN. Cat. & Plt. List, p. 68. 1930, without descr.)

(Griffing Nurs., Beaumont, TX. Cat. p. 23. 1946): Dwarf, low spreading shrub; fls. light pastel pink.

= ‘Nana Rosea’, ‘Rosea Nana’.

 

‘Dwarf Pink Ruffles’

(Select Nurs., Brea, CA. Cat. 1968-69): Fls. soft pink.

= ‘Pink Ruffles’, ‘Pink Ruffle’.

 

‘Dwarf Purple’

(A.F. Sanford Arb., Knoxville, TN. Cat. & Plt List, p. 68. 1930,without descr.).

(California Nurs., Fremont, CA. cat. p. 54. 1933): Fls. rosy-purple. Probably orig. at the Sarver Nurs., Dallas, TX. Purple 78C 2.

= ‘Dwarf Lavender’,  ‘Dwarf Lavender-Blue’, ‘Frosty Blue’, ‘Hardy Dwarf Lavender-Blue’, ‘Lavendula Nana’, ‘Lilac Nana’, ‘Nana Lavendula’, ‘Nana Purpurea’.

 

‘Dwarf Red’

(Armstrong Nurs., San Marino, CA. Cat. p. 40. 1929): Dwarf, 8 ft high; fls. showy brilliant watermelon red.

= ‘Rubra Compacta’, ‘Nana Rubra’.

 

‘Dwarf Rosea’

(Hines Nurs. Co., Houston, TX. Hines Houston Plants & Prices. 31:Jan.1993): Rosy pink. Listed under Dwarfs: (6-12').

 

‘Dwarf Royalty’

(Select Nurs., Brea, CA. Cat. 1968-69): Fls. royal purple.

= ‘Royalty’.

 

‘Dwarf Snow’

(Greenleaf Nurs. Co., El Campo, TX. 25:Jan-Jun 1989): White.

= ‘Monow’ PETITE SNOW™.

 

DWARF SNOW BABY

(Louisiana Nurs., Opelousas, LA. 74:1987-1988): Dwarf White. Semi- dwarf.

= SNOWBABY.

 

DWARF SNOW WHITE

(Select Nurs., Brea , CA . Cat. 1968-69): Fls. white.

= SNOWBABY, DWARF WHITE, FROSTY SNOW, NEW SNOW BABY.

 

DWARF TINY FIRE

(Select Nurs., Brea , CA . Cat. 1968-69): Fls. flame red.

= TINY FIRE.

 

DWARF WHITE

(Texas Nurs., Sherman , TX . Cat. p. 9. 1958-59, without descr.).

= SNOWBABY, DWARF SNOW WHITE, FROSTY SNOW, NEW SNOW BABY.

 

DYNAMITE®

(David Byers, Crapemyrtle A Grower’s Thoughts, p. 78. 1997): Lagerstroemia indica DYNAMITE® WHIT II was selected and named by Dr. Carl Whitcomb at his Stillwater, OK, research farm. “The crimson flower buds become cherry red blooms and are set against a background of thick, green, leathery leaves which start as crimson-toned young foliage. This cultivar roots and transplants with great ease. it is a vigorous, upright grower and, in the right location, may reach twenty feet tall. So far, it has withstood winter cold to -5F. It is from the same parentage as other Whitcomb selections, RASPBERRY SUNDAE™ and CENTENNIAL SPIRIT, only several generations down the line.”

( U.S. Plant Patent #10296).

= WHIT II.


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