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Raúl I. Cabrera, Alma R. Solís-Pérez, and John J. Sloan

concentration of citrus plants Plant Soil 133 39 46 Bernstein, L. Francois, L.E. Clark, R.A. 1972 Salt tolerance of ornamental shrubs and ground covers J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 97 550 556

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S. Christopher Marble, Andrew K. Koeser, and Gitta Hasing

of turfgrass on the growth of ornamental shrubs J. Agron. 70 39 42 Niu, G. Rodriguez, D.S. 2006 Relative salt tolerance of selected herbaceous perennials and groundcovers Sci. Hort. 110 352 358 Norcini, J.G. Bolques, A. Stamps, R.H. 2010 Container

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Keun H. Cho, Veronica Y. Laux, Nathan Wallace-Springer, David G. Clark, Kevin M. Folta, and Thomas A. Colquhoun

.D. Israelstam, G.F. 1979 A method for the extraction of chlorophyll from leaf tissue without maceration Can. J. Bot. 57 1332 1334 Howard, Y.H. 1996 Relationships between shoot growth and rooting of cuttings in three contrasting species of ornamental shrub J

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Chi M. Do, Kate L. Delaporte, Vinay Pagay, and Carolyn J. Schultz

413 Cassaniti, C. Leonardi, C. Flowers, T.J. 2009 The effects of sodium chloride on ornamental shrubs Scientia Hort. 122 586 593 Chartzoulakis, K.S. 2005 Salinity and olive: Growth, salt tolerance, photosynthesis and yield Agr. Water Mgt. 78 108 121

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Jason D. Lattier, Hsuan Chen, and Ryan N. Contreras

temperate climates. Rose of sharon or althea has been a staple ornamental shrub in American gardens and other temperate regions, prized for its winterhardiness, range of flower colors, and unique flower traits, including single-flowered, double-flowered, and