‘Disco Queen’

Red flowers; IX-XII; foliage green; habit upright; height 35cms, spread 45cms.

Sport on ‘Dark Star‘ . submitted for plant breeders’ rights in Germany by J. Brandt (Prisdorf, Germany) on 4 August 1999.

‘Daniella’

Foliage dark green; habit small dwarf. The stems are erect, giving the plant a bun shape. It is a good plant for the sink garden. It was found c. 1985 by Ingvar Danielsson (hence the name) at Smedjebacken, Dalarna, Sweden.

‘Denkewitz’

Foliage lime-green with copper tips in Spring. A selection made by J. Hachmann (Barmstedt, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany) by 2000.

‘Dreinullvier’

♤ Bud-bloomer, calyx lilac (H3);IX-XI; foliage mid-green; habit broad, bushy. Deliberately bred seedling; raised by K. Kramer in 1991 (sister-seedling of ‘Fritz Kircher’).
The name comprises the German words for three (drei), zero (null) and four (vier) (304 was its nursery code). Registered on 3 November 2002 by Kurt Kramer.

‘Dark Pink Angie’

♤ Bud-flowering, dark pink (H7), bud small; IX-XII; foliage dark green; habit upright, broad; height 50cm; spread 50cm after 4 years.

Sport on ‘Moulin Rouge’ found by J. van Leuven in October 2006.

® C.2011:16 registered on 25 November 2011 by J. van Leuven, Geldern-Lüllingen, Germany.

‘Dainty Bess’

Mauve (H2) flowers, VIII–X; pretty, grey-green foliage; height 10–15cm; spread 26–30cm. A slow-growing plant suitable for rockery or trough.

Introduced in USA by 1962.

‘Dani’

♤ Lilac buds, IX–XI; dark green foliage; upright like ‘Amethyst‘; height 50cm; spread 40cm after 5 years. Chance seedling, found by Johannes van Leuven in September 2002. Named after Daniela, a worker in van Leuven’ s nursery .

® C.2005:05 registered on 23 December 2005 by Johannes van Leuven, Ilmenweg 39, D-47608 Geldern-Liillingen, Germany.

‘Dapiali’ {Gardengirls®}

♤ Pink buds, VIII–XII; dark green foliage; height 26–30cm; spread 31–45cm. The name is an anagram of the starting letters of the three words “dark”, “pink” and “Alicia”.

Sport on ‘Pink Alicia‘, found on 1 November 1999 at Kurt Kramer’s nursery.

Name is an anagram of the initial letters of the three words Dark, Pink, and Alicia.

‘Dark Alicia’

♤ Large white buds, VIII–XII; dark green foliage; compact upright habit; height 26–30cm; spread 31–45cm.

‘Dark Babette’

♤ Rose-pink buds, IX–XI; dark green foliage; broad upright habit; height 31–45cm; spread 31–45cm

Sport on ‘Babette‘, found on 1 November 1999 at Kurt Kramer’s nursery.