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Joseph J. Rothleutner, Ryan N. Contreras, Virginia O. Stockwell, and James S. Owen

et al., 2001 ; Dickoré and Kasperek, 2010 ; Fryer and Hylmö, 2009 ). Cotoneaster is commonly used in managed landscapes as durable, low-maintenance ornamental shrubs where they are valued for multiseason interest for flowers, foliage, and fruiting

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Michael R. Evans, Johann S. Buck, and Paolo Sambo

. Cline, R.A. 1993 Response of four ornamental shrubs to container substrate amended with two sources of raw paper mill sludge HortScience 28 807 809 Evans, M.R. 2004a Ground bovine bone as a perlite alternative in horticultural substrates HortTechnology

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Huan Hu, Nan Chai, Haoxiang Zhu, Rui Li, Renwei Huang, Xia Wang, Daofeng Liu, Mingyang Li, Xingrong Song, and Shunzhao Sui

Chimonanthus praecox (L.) Link, Calycanthaceae, commonly known as “wintersweet” is a short deciduous ornamental shrub bearing sweet yellow flowers in winter and is native to central belts in China at altitudes from 500 to 2000 m ( Liu et al., 2014

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Tim R. Pannkuk

ornamental shrubs based on vegetative coverage of the lysimeter surface. Plant combinations are defined in Table 2 . Plant installation occurred on 12 May 2011 without disturbing sensors and sensor cables. St. augustinegrass was sod grown (All Seasons

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Qiang Liu, Youping Sun, Genhua Niu, James Altland, Lifei Chen, and Lijuan Jiang

129 134 Cai, X. Sun, Y. Starman, T. Hall, C. Niu, G. 2014 Response of 18 Earth-Kind ® rose cultivars to salt stress HortScience 49 544 549 Cassaniti, C. Leonardi, C. Flowers, T.J. 2009 The effects of sodium chloride on ornamental shrubs HortScience

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Mohammed I. Fetouh, Abdul Kareem, Gary W. Knox, Sandra B. Wilson, and Zhanao Deng

et al., 2004 , 2012 ). Multiple ornamental breeding programs in the United States have initiated breeding projects to develop new cultivars with reduced or eliminated invasive potential in major invasive ornamental shrubs or trees ( Anderson, 2007

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Qin Shi, Yunlong Yin, Zhiquan Wang, Wencai Fan, and Jianfeng Hua

. Scuderi, D. Giuffrida, F. Romano, D. 2014 Responses of Mediterranean ornamental shrubs to drought stress and recovery Sci. Hort. 178 145 153 Tsumura, Y. Tomaru, N. Suyama, Y. Bacchus, S. 1999 Genetic diversity and differentiation of Taxodium in the south

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Amanda J. Taylor, R. Thomas Fernandez, Pascal Nzokou, and Bert Cregg

days) reduced water use of woody ornamental shrubs in 10-L containers by 6% to 75% without affecting plant growth. Previous studies testing cyclic irrigation on broadleaf woody ornamentals have attributed the resulting increase in growth to cumulative

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Sandra B. Wilson, Gary W. Knox, Zhanao Deng, Keona L. Nolan, and James Aldrich

, 2009 ). In Florida, significant controversy surrounds the current invasive status of a popular ornamental shrub, heavenly bamboo ( Nandina domestica ). Native to forest understories of central China and Japan and west to India and introduced to the

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Xiaoya Cai, Youping Sun, Terri Starman, Charles Hall, and Genhua Niu

on ornamental shrubs Sci. Hort. 122 586 593 Grattan, S.R. Grieve, C.M. 1999 Salinity–mineral nutrient relations in horticultural crops Sci. Hort. 78 127 157 Grieve, C. Wu, L. Rollins, L. Harivandi, A. 2008 Tolerance by landscape plants of salinity and