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Nina Bassuk and Peter Trowbridge

350 plants covered, many are taught in categories by landscape use, such as wet-tolerant plants or groundcovers or high pH-tolerant plants, while others are taught by taxonomic groupings such as maple ( Acer spp.), oak ( Quercus spp.), or viburnum

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Dewayne L. Ingram, Charles R. Hall, and Joshua Knight

tree [red maple ( Acer rubrum )], field-grown evergreen tree [blue spruce ( Picea pungens )], field-grown flowering tree [‘Forest Pansy’ redbud ( Cercis canadensis )], field-grown deciduous shrub [juddi viburnum ( Viburnum × juddi )], field

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Stefan B. Lura and Alan T. Whittemore

soil type and prefers part to full sun; its cold hardiness is unknown. Viburnum rhytidophyllum ‘Cree’. Registered on 12 Feb. 2014. Registrant: Dr. Margaret Pooler, U.S. National Arboretum, 3501 New York Ave. NE, Washington, DC 20002, USA. Viburnum

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Cristian E. Loyola, John M. Dole, and Rebecca Dunning

(30.2%), tulip (13.3%), and viburnum (11.1%). Most of the problems with animals resulted in foliage and flower damage; however, in some cases, the animals ate the bulbs or seeds. Birds ate the berries during viburnum production. Rodents were a common

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Jacob A. Griffith Gardner, Jessica D. Lubell, and Mark H. Brand

produced more roots than all the other hormone treatments. IBA at 3000 and 8000 ppm resulted in cuttings with greater shoot counts than the no hormone control. Similarly, for the eastern U.S. native shrubs Ceanothus americanus, Corylus cornuta, Viburnum

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Timothy K. Broschat

response to N fertilization in indian hawthorne ( Rhaphiolepis indica ) or sweet viburnum ( Viburnum odoratissisum ) after 100 weeks or at any time before that, but did observe an increase in rose ( Rosa ‘Knock Out’) size with increasing N fertilization

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Susmitha Nambuthiri, Ethan Hagen, Amy Fulcher, and Robert Geneve

moderate deficit irrigation regimes, where irrigation is withheld until substrate water loss meets a managed allowable deficit (MAD) ( Welsh and Zajicek, 1993 ). Beeson (2006) found that 20% MAD based on ET produced acceptable sweet viburnum ( Viburnum

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Thomas A. Obreza and Jerry B. Sartain

) measured lower N, P, and K release rates from surface-applied Osmocote® and Nutricote® fertilizers compared with placing them 10 cm deep in the potting substrate. Million et al. (2007a) found that surface application of Osmocote® to sweet viburnum

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Rachel Mack, James S. Owen Jr., Alex X. Niemiera, and David J. Sample

available water is lost through evapotranspiration), whereas species such as sweet viburnum ( Viburnum odoratissimum ) and japanese privet ( Ligustrum japonicum ) are negatively affected by an 80% water deficit ( Beeson, 2006 ). In a study of container

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S.M. Scheiber, R.C. Beeson Jr, J. Chen, Q. Wang, and B. Pearson

and dry weight of Viburnum odoratissimum Ker-Gawl (sweet viburnum) increased as irrigation frequency increased from once every 4 d to 2 d ( Scheiber et al., 2007 ). Gilman et al. (1998) reported frequent irrigation of Quercus virginiana Mill