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Robert F. Brzuszek, Richard L. Harkess, and Lelia Kelly

The use of native plants is increasing nationally among gardeners and is an emerging niche market for the green industry ( Hamill, 2005 ). The definition for a native plant is not universally accepted, which has resulted in some confusion. The U

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Topaz’ and ‘GoldRush’. However, ‘Crimson Crisp’ was rated higher than ‘Jonagold’, NY 49, and ‘Sundance’. Differing Attitudes toward Public Garden Programming Two separate studies were conducted to better understand the viewpoints of arboreta and

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Lydia E. Wahba, Nor Hazlina, A. Fadelah, and Wickneswari Ratnam

Orchids are commercially important in Malaysia. Export value is expected to increase further because of a wider product range, longer shelf life, and ability to export flowers year-round. The orchid family is probably one of the most important plant

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Cheng-Jung Hu, Nean Lee, and Yung-I Lee

The dancing-lady orchid, Oncidium Sw., and its relative genera within subtribe Oncidiinae native to Central and South America are important ornamental orchids in the horticultural market ( Chase, 1997 ). Because of the long-lasting and bright

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Kuaifei Xia, Xiulin Ye, and Mingyong Zhang

; Jarne and Lagoda, 1996 ). The genus Cymbidium is one of the favorite orchids in the Chinese culture ( Hu, 1977 ). Cymbidium sinense , a terrestrial orchid whose native habitat spreads from India through Thailand and into South China, has been

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Donald N. Maynard

Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History, and by Marc Hachadourian, who is the Curator of Glasshouse Collections at the New York Botanical Garden. Together, they have produced a handsome book that is a joy to view and read. As Jonathan Singer relates

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database includes a wide variety of traits of interest to researchers, commercial growers, and home gardeners. Two formats were developed to present the data. The main page allows the user to select varieties by years and locations to generate a summary of

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Hao Jiang, Ting Zhou, Junjun Fan, Donglin Zhang, Long Zhang, Yanyan Sun, and Wangxiang Zhang

North America. China is the largest genetic resource of crabapples, with a cultivation history of more than 2000 years ( Li, 2001 ; Qian, 2005 ). Crabapples, together with peonies, plum blossoms, and orchids, are known as the “four outstanding flowers

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. After 4 weeks, Fertil and peat biocontainers had the highest container wall surface area covered with algae or fungi. Can We Reduce the Cost of Cherry and Grape Tomato Production? This question arose from a recent Mississippi study of home garden tomato

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Xinwang Wang, Deborah Dean, Phillip Wadl, Denita Hadziabdic, Brian Scheffler, Timothy Rinehart, Raul Cabrera, and Robert Trigiano

®), ‘Monia’ (Majestic Orchid®), ‘Musgokee’, Natchez, ‘New Orleans’, ‘Orlando’, ‘Ozark Spring’, ‘Peppermint Lace’, ‘Monhid’ (Petite Orchid®), ‘Piroska’, ‘Queen's Lace’, ‘Whit VII’ (Siren Red®), ‘Whit V’ (Tightwad®), ‘Tonto’, ‘Twilight’, ‘Velma's Royal Delight