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Daike Tian and Ken Tilt

.3 to 2.5 cm wide (measured at widest point); middle-upper part of petals red-purple (outer RHS 70C and inner 68D), margins and tips deeper red-purple (RHS 158D-C). Stamens petaloid completely, anthers lacking. Carpels degenerated, tubular petal

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Margaret R. Pooler

of ‘Betsy Ross’, up to 11.5 cm long × 10.5 cm wide. New foliage emerges burgundy (RHS 187A) to brown (RHS 200A) on the adaxial leaf surface changing to green (RHS 137A) at maturity and then to yellow–green (RHS 153D) in the fall. Flower buds are red–purple

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Zhuping Fan, Yike Gao, Ling Guo, Ying Cao, Rong Liu, and Qixiang Zhang

‘Sugar Blues’ mainly produced three flower colors: bluish purple, purple, and fuchsia ( Fig. 2 ). The flower color of the maternal parent ‘Indian Chief’ was fuchsia, whereas the paternal parent ‘Sugar Blues’ was bluish purple. The intermediate color

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Nnadozie C. Oraguzie, David Ophardt, Matthew D. Whiting, Gregory A. Lang, and Lynn E. Long

production areas of North America, Kiona™ blooms mid–late season, generally 4 to 7 d after ‘Bing’ and the large red–purple fruit ripen 6 to 9 d before ‘Bing’. The fruit are very flavorful and taste tests reveal high consumer appeal for the cherry. Origin

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Larry A. Stein, Jerry M. Parsons, and R. Daniel Lineberger

plant produces 120 to 200 racemes/m 2 of ground surface. Racemes are dark blue, i.e., violet blue, almost purple (violet–red group 93A), 9 to 12 cm long, 2 to 4 cm in diameter and contain 20 to 35 flowers. Flowers are papilionaceous, fragrant, 1 to 2 cm

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Ji Hae Jun, Eun Young Nam, Kyeong Ho Chung, Seok Kyu Yun, Jung Hyun Kwon, Ik Koo Yun, Yong Bum Kwack, Sung Jong Kim, and Kang Hee Cho

surface is weakly covered with mottled red to purple ( Fig. 2 ). Fruit flesh of ‘Summer Fantasia’ is yellowish green without red pigmentation, while that of ‘Soldam’ is red. Fruit are large and round, averaging around 120 g, when thinned to 8–10 cm apart

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Chad E. Finn and John R. Clark

Wasco, 5 d after 94-051N and 14 d before 94-025N. Tree: upright, spreading; vigorous; dense; productive; flowers non-showy, self-fertile, red-purple; leaf glands alternate, reniform. Viking Pearl. White-fleshed, very firm, clingstone nectarine

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Wei Zheng, Xiao-dan Xu, Kai-Ge Zhao, and Longqing Chen

leaf has a green (RHS 137C) interveinal area and brilliant dark purple–red (RHS 185B) venation ( Fig. 1 ). Flowering occurs in late spring and lasts for ≈30 d. With yellow (RHS 13B) corolla and red (RHS 41B) at the base ( Fig. 1 ), solitary flowers

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Yifan Jiang, Nan Zhao, Fei Wang, and Feng Chen

many cultivars of globe amaranth such as those varying in flower colors that include purple, lavender, magenta, red, orange, and white. Despite the fact that globe amaranth is an important annual flower plant and its flowers have been the subject of

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Jianjun Li, Xiaoya Lian, Chenglin Ye, and Lan Wang

). The upper half of the flower bud during the young period was purple-red. The whole flower bud from the three green period to the great white period was red, but gradually became lighter; whereas during the silver period, the outer part was red and the