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Jacob G. Ricker, Jessica D. Lubell, and Mark H. Brand

native shrub species and one or more cultivars of each species, which were selected for traits, including compact habit, foliage color, flower color, or flower form. The objectives of this research were to determine if cultivars attracted the same number

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Wenhao Dai and Victoria Magnusson

primarily occur naturally from spontaneous mutations. The frequency of spontaneous mutation is usually very low and a few variations such as flower color, disease resistance, and plant stature have been intensively used in many breeding programs. Therefore

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Richard O. Kelly, Zhanao Deng, and Brent K. Harbaugh

superior to open-pollinated cultivars. New flower colors, such as true red and the first yellow, and plants with spreading and miniature growth habits (millifloras) expanded the available choices in color and form ( Lewis, 1997 ; Trinklein, 2001 ). The

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Paul M. Lyrene

flower buds. It is being grown successfully in central Florida (Tampa–Orlando areas) where average chilling (hours below 7 °C) average fewer than 200 h. In northeast Florida (Ocala to Jacksonville), where the plants become more dormant during the winter

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Sandra M. Reed, Keri D. Jones, and Timothy A. Rinehart

color from white to pink through blue, and which contain a combination of inconspicuous, perfect, and showy, imperfect flowers. Most cultivars of H. macrophylla are rated as hardy to USDA Cold Hardiness Zone 6 ( Dirr, 1998 ). Although inflorescences

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Jie Fu, Qiaoyan Xiang, Xianbao Zeng, Mei Yang, Ying Wang, and Yanling Liu

. Flower color was diverse, from white to red, and flower type varied in regard to the number of petals. Fig. 1. Dendrogram of 138 lotus accessions obtained by unweighted pair group method with arithmetic mean cluster analysis of data from amplified

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Heather Kalaman, Sandra B. Wilson, Rachel E. Mallinger, Gary W. Knox, Taehoon Kim, Kevin Begcy, and Edzard van Santen

many pollinators to use flowers ( Comba et al., 1999 ; Portlas et al., 2018 ). Adverse consequences like nonintuitive color preferences resulting from altered color and pigment accumulation, have also been reported in horticulturally modified

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Tina M. Waliczek, Dave Byrne, and Don Holeman

sculpture throughout the centuries ( Cucciniello, 2008 ). In addition, roses are considered symbolic in many cultures, representing various ideas often based on their color ( Hopler, 2017 ). The domesticated rose is the world’s most popular garden and cut-flower

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Mekjell Meland and Clive Kaiser

= no red color and 9 = red color covering the entire fruit surface. In the spring after the thinning treatments, the total number of flower clusters per tree was counted as a measure of return bloom. Statistical analysis. The data were evaluated by

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Travis L. Stegmeir, Chad E. Finn, Ryan M. Warner, and James F. Hancock

evaluated in the field in Michigan and Oregon. The most impressive family was FVC11 [(Frederick 9 × LH 50–4) × (Scotts Creek × 2 MAR 1A)], which had the best combination of fruit size, color, and yield and was composed of four different subspecies: F