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Ursula K. Schuch, Jack J. Kelly, and Trent Teegerstrom

evaluation of leaves showed no difference between species and irrigation treatments, except for calcium deposits observed on plants with glossy leaves such as vinca. Between 69% and 72% less water was applied to plants irrigated with capillary mats compared

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John R. Stommel, Mikhail Kozlov, and Robert J. Griesbach

less than ‘Black Pearl’. Roots of the Christmas Lights series of cultivars are fibrous and leaves are lanceolate with an apiculate tip. Leaves and stems are glabrous and glossy. Leaves are simple, entire, and symmetrical. Mature leaves averaged 5

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Winston Elibox and Pathmanathan Umaharan

species of Anthurium belonging to the section Calomystrium has resulted in an Anthurium species complex, referred to as Anthurium andraeanum Hort. Anthurium is cultivated primarily for its showy cut flowers and glossy leaves that are exported or

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Lauren E. Deans, Irene E. Palmer, Darren H. Touchell, and Thomas G. Ranney

., 2013 ; Reed and Rinehart, 2006 ; Rinehart and Reed, 2007 ). Although the two are similar morphologically, H. serrata is distinguishable by its smaller, less glossy leaves, increased red coloration in its vegetative parts, and smaller flowers that

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Phillip A. Wadl, Robert N. Trigiano, Dennis J. Werner, Margaret R. Pooler, and Timothy A. Rinehart

with acute apices. It has glabrous branchlets and leaves that can be glabrous or pubescent. C. canadensis var. texensis (S. Watson) M. Hopkins grows in Texas and Oklahoma and has thick, glossy leaves and branchlets that are also glabrous. C

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Jinggui Fang, Jianjun Chen, Richard J. Henny, and Chih-Cheng T. Chao

), thick, glossy leaves that are either dark green or variegated ( Fig. 2F ). In its natural habitat, it can reach up to 30 m. Ficus elastica was cultivated in England as early as 1815, with common names of india rubber tree, india rubber fig, or snake

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Ksenija Gasic and John E. Preece

; moderately soft; mild flavor; wet picking scar; 1 st crop ripens earlier than Duke’s and 2 nd crop in early-mid Aug. Plant: moderate vigor; compact; attractive, extremely dark green, glossy leaves borne on upright shoots. Pink Icing. See ZF06-079. Raven

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Ksenija Gasic, John E. Preece, and David Karp

. Compact ornamental V. myrsinites–V. corymbosum hybrid with vigorous growth, glossy leaves, and drought tolerance. Origin: Hawthorne, FL, by D. Dickerson. Unpedigreed seedling believed to be a hybrid of V. myrsinites and V. corymbosum ; selected 2006