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CuCO 3 -treated containers increases root generation and shoot growth following transplant J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 114 402 406 Balisky, A.C. Salonius, P. Walli, C. Brinkman, D. 1995 Seedling roots and forest floor: Misplaced and neglected aspects of

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and establishment of the urban forest: A collection of five studies Urban For. Urban Green. 7 195 206 10.1016/j.ufug.2008.03.001 Kidder, G. Hanlon, E.A. Yeager, T.H. Miller, G.L. 2009 IFAS standardized fertilization recommendations for environmental

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. 2006 Benefit-based audience segmentation: A tool for identifying nonindustrial private forest (NIPF) owner education needs J. For. 104 8 419 425 Saurí, D. 2013 Water conservation: Theory and evidence in urban areas of the developed world Annu. Rev

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-resistant nature. ‘Yan Xia’ has a greater number of petals than other varieties of yellow-horn. The color of petals changes throughout the blooming period. ‘Yan Xia’ is taller and has a longer florescence than other varieties; it has a crucial role in urban

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an open field ex situ planting are applicable for horticultural settings, but may not apply directly to in situ biodiverse forests. All three of these caveats illuminate some directions of future needed research. Horticultural applications

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subterranean rainwater cisterns constructed during the Middle Ages for domestic water supply. More recently, the advent of urban sprawl has resulted in a decrease in the amount of forested lands, wetlands, and other forms of open spaces that absorb and clean

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al., 2013 ; Hamilton et al., 2004 ; King and Balogh, 2001 ; Petrovic and Easton, 2005 ; U.S. Geological Survey, 2001 ). Water quality in urban areas may be affected by runoff or leaching of fertilizer nutrients and pesticides from lawns, but

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a fairly uniform blue-violet color ( Wang and Wang, 2017 ). In the past few years, some new cultivars have been developed, such as ‘Forest Fairy’ ( Kuwantai et al., 2018 ), ‘Dream of the Butterfly’ ( Zhao et al., 2018 ), and ‘NEFU’ ( Qi et al., 2020

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on unique flower colors and shape, thus leading to the development and release of many new cultivars such as Beautiful Lotus ( Wang et al., 2016 ), Forest Fairy ( Kuwantai et al., 2018 ), Zi Meiren ( Chen et al., 2019 ), NEFU-1 ( Qi et al., 2020

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Drought and rapid population growth strain urban water supplies throughout the urbanizing Intermountain West (IMW). Irrigated urban landscapes are the largest use of municipal water resources and can consume ≈60% of potable municipal water in the

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