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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

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Junjun Fan, Wangxiang Zhang, Donglin Zhang, Ting Zhou, Hao Jiang, Guibin Wang, and Fuliang Cao

value of purple, red, pink, orange, yellow, and green, among others ( Fiala, 1994 ). Because of their rich cultural heritage and strong environmental adaptability, flowering crabapples have been widely cultivated in our landscapes and gardens. In China

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Binjie Xu, Yongxia Chen, Wangxiang Zhang, and Donglin Zhang

, orange, and purple) ( International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants, 2003 ; Wyman, 1955 ). Together with peony, plum, and orchid, they are called “the four must-sees of spring flowers” in China ( Wang, 2010 ; Wang et al., 2015

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Chalita Sriladda, Heidi A. Kratsch, Steven R. Larson, Thomas A. Monaco, FenAnn Shen, and Roger K. Kjelgren

the hybrid for future comparisons. In Summer 2009, hybrid and parent plants were transplanted into no. 3 (12 L) containers filled with the same native plant substrate. These plants were grown in a pot-in-pot system in a common garden setting at the

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Michelle A. Grabowski and Dean K. Malvick

. Garden managers are left with unsightly patches of dead plants or bare soil. Identifying ornamental plants with resistance to white mold would allow growers to avoid disease problems in beds known to be infested with S. sclerotiorum . Over 400 plant

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Matthew S. Lobdell

process. Please visit the MSI website, , for more information. Alphabetical Listing of Magnolia Cultivars Accepted cultivar epithets are indicated in bold type ‘14-Karat’ Fairweather Gardens nursery catalog, p

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Jon Y. Suzuki, Tracie K. Matsumoto, Lisa M. Keith, and Roxana Y. Myers

trace lineage in orchids ( Khew and Chia, 2011 ; Tsai et al., 2012 ) and species or lineage-specific regions of the chloroplast genome have been identified from comparative analyses of related orchid genomes ( Jheng et al., 2012 ; Pan et al., 2012

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Xue-qin Wang, Yuan Huang, and Chun-lin Long

, China), respectively. Other species were cultivated populations from Kunming Botanical Garden (Yunnan, China). Leaves of 10 random plants were sampled from each population. The PCR products were stored at 4 °C until analysis using the automated capillary

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Jessica G. Barb, Dennis J. Werner, and Robert J. Griesbach

cultivars of stokes aster were selected from natural populations, gardens, or nursery production fields, thus a formal pedigree is lacking for these cultivars. The current understanding of the genetics and biochemistry of flower color of stokes aster is

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Oscar García-Rubio and Guadalupe Malda-Barrera

reintroductions such as those of M. san-angelensis reporting 91% survival ( Rubluo et al., 1993 ) or those of Mammillaria pectinifera and Pelecyphora aselliformis ( Giusti et al., 2002 ) were achieved in botanical gardens where specimens are constantly