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David C. Zlesak and Brent J. Hanson

bloom in a mass planting or in a mixed planting as companion plants come into and out of flower. Availability ‘Tuscan Sun’ (U.S. Plant Patent 18,763, Canadian PBR applied for) is currently available from licensed propagators for Proven Winners

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Chunxian Chen and William R. Okie

about 950 h or more below 7 °C ( Okie, 1998 ). Most years at Byron, GA, ‘Helen Borchers’ blooms slightly later than ‘Oldmixon Free’, and both bloom with or later than ‘Contender’, one of the latest blooming U.S. commercial peach cultivars. ‘Contender’ is

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Susan M. Hawkins, John M. Ruter, and Carol D. Robacker

is easier to root than Baptisia ( Hawkins et al., 2013 ) and will bloom 2 years after germination, whereas Baptisia requires 3 years to bloom from seed (personal communication, Heather Alley, State Botanical Garden of Georgia, 2013). The overall

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Matthew Arrington and Lisa Wasko DeVetter

Extension publication PNW 623 Tuell, J.K. Ascher, J.S. Isaacs, R. 2009 Wild bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila) of the Michigan highbush blueberry agroecosystem Ann. Entomol. Soc. Amer. 102 2 275 287 Tuell, J.K. Isaacs, R. 2010 Weather during bloom

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Jer-Chia Chang

. 1 ( Morus acidosa Griff)’ and ‘Taisang No. 3 ( Morus alba L.)’, which were released for foliage production from MDARES in the 1980s and produce only staminate flowers ( Lin and Lu, 2001 ). In MDARES, ‘Miaoli No. 1’ blooms range between late January

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Weijian Cai, Jason D. Zurn, Nahla V. Bassil, and Kim E. Hummer

distribution Acta Hort. 265 23 34 Staudt, S. DiMeglio, L. Davis, T.M. Gerstberger, P. 2003 Fragaria ×bifera Duch. origin and taxonomy Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 125 53 72 Sugiyama, N. Iwama, T. Inaba, Y. Kurokura, T. Neri, D. 2004 Varietal differences in the formation

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Melissa Broussard, Sujaya Rao, William P. Stephen, and Linda White

cranberry production systems in the west, where ≈16% of the cranberries in North America are produced ( BC Cranberry Growers Association, 2007 ; USDA, 2009a ). Of these, Oregon produces 4%, worth $36.6 million ( USDA, 2009b ). Cranberries bloom from mid

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Xiaoming Wang, Jianjun Chen, Huijie Zeng, Zhongquan Qiao, Yongxin Li, Neng Cai, and Xiangying Wang

, Hunan Provinces, China ( A ); plants grafted with the mutant’s buds ( B ); non grafted (left) and grafted plants (right) ( C ); full bloom of a grafted plant ( D ); fruiting of a non-grafted plant (left) and absence of fruit on the grafted plant (right

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Garry V. McDonald and Wayne A. Mackay

.R. Merritt, R.H. 1987 Horticulture curricula can benefit from national initiatives HortScience 22 351 352 Krathwohl, D.R. 2002 A revision of Bloom’s taxonomy: An overview Theory Pract. 41 212 218 Pritts, M.P. Park, T. 2013 Proposed learning outcomes for four

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Fan Li, Guoxian Wang, Rongpei Yu, Min Wu, Qinli Shan, Lifang Wu, Jiwei Ruan, and Chunmei Yang

could be applied during the flower production of Gypsophila paniculata . Literature Cited Ataşlar, E. Erkara, İ.P. Tokur, S. 2009 Pollen morphology of some Gypsophila L.(Caryophyllaceae) species and its taxonomic value Turk. J. Bot. 33 335 351 Blazquez