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Pei Xu, Tingting Hu, Yuejian Yang, Xiaohua Wu, Baogen Wang, Yonghua Liu, Dehui Qin, Jeffrey Ehlers, Timothy Close, Zhongfu Lu, and Guojing Li

to purple as opposed to white flowers of cowpea. In addition, flower and seedcoat colors are considered useful phenotypic markers in breeding because of their stable expression and convenience for observation. In general, the principal flower color of

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Xingsui Wang, Yuting Huang, Ji Tian, Jie Zhang, Yanfen Lu, Xiaoxiao Qin, Yujing Hu, and Yuncong Yao

years of evolution ( Li, 2001 ; Qian, 2005 ), and especially with the progress in breeding in recent years, ornamental crabapple produces significant color diversity, exhibiting green, purple, red, and yellow leaves; purple, red, pink, and white flowers

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Claude Richer, Lynn M. Collicutt, Campbell G. Davidson, Larry Dyck, and Caroline Lafond

Canada that are still popular today. She was born in Victoria (British Columbia) in 1881 and died in 1945. Rosa ‘Emily Carr’ was selected for growth habit, excellent winter-hardiness, red flower color, large flower size, long flowering period, and

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Dariusz P. Malinowski, Robert S. Brown, and William E. Pinchak

controlled hybridization between experimental line ‘TAMUS-2879’ and the cultivar Fantasia. The paternal plant has strong reddish purple (RHS 70B) color flowers that are 17 cm in diameter with a deep purplish red (RHS 71A) eye. Leaves are green and hastate

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Don R. La Bonte, Christopher A. Clark, Tara P. Smith, Arthur Q. Villordon, and C. Scott Stoddard

‘Vermillion’ sweetpotato [ Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.] was developed by the Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station to provide an orange-flesh, deep-red–purple-skin cultivar with superior storage root shape, skin smoothness, disease resistance

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Don R. La Bonte, Paul W. Wilson, Arthur Q. Villordon, and Christopher A. Clark

charts as 2.5G (green) Y (yellow) 5/4 (Munsell Color, New Windsor, NY) from the apex to the crown of the roots. The canopy biomass is more upright than ‘Beauregard’. Unfolded immature leaves are dark purple [5R (red) P (purple) (3/2)]. Leaf color changes

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Wei Zheng, Xiu-Qun Liu, and Longqing Chen

Horticulture Society (RHS), 1986 ]. The described plants were grown in full sun under common cultivation. L. congestiflora ‘Zidie’ has a uniform, creeping growth habit with 5 to 15 cm of canopy thickness. Dark purple–red (RHS 185B) stems are 10 to 40 cm long

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Freek Vrugtman

“U.S. flag” series of lilacs from the National Arboretum. Syringa ‘Declaration’ was selected for its large, abundant, reddish-purple fragrant inflorescences, and its open, broad vase-shaped growth habit. New foliage unfolds with a red purple midrib

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Ksenija Gasic and John E. Preece

, Ferrara, Italy by M. Leis, A. Martinelli, F. Tagliani, D. Azzolini, P. Castagnoli, and A. Castagnoli. U7L-7 × H-2; USPP 24,092; 17 Dec. 2013. Fruit: obloid, 71 mm height x 87 mm diameter, purple-red overcolor of weak blush and well defined stripes over

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Mark H. Brand and Bryan A. Connolly

colored purple-red summer foliage of ‘UCONNPC001’ sandcherry as seen in early July in Connecticut. ‘UCONNPC001’ produces numerous small flowers that occur along the length of the previous season’s annual growth ( Fig. 4 ). There are typically 30 to 40