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increasing. In 2005, organic nursery and greenhouse production covered 3331 acres (1348.0 ha) in the United States. It is unknown how much of this acreage was dedicated to ornamental plant production, but conventional greenhouse and nursery production

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systems increases mitigation capacity and provides efficient N and P removal that is important for small-sized treatment structures in urban areas ( Jayaweera and Kasturiarachchi, 2004 ; Stewart et al., 2008 ). In addition, when ornamental plants are used

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ornamentally as a shrub border or as a specimen planting ( Gilman and Watson, 1994 ). Vitex rotundifolia L.f., native to East Asia, Australia, Pacific Islands, and Hawaii ( Wagner et al., 1999 ), was originally introduced to the United States by the J

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greening performance differ with the choice of plant species and vary seasonally. Therefore, the objective of this study was to investigate the cooling performances of EGRs planted with different ornamental species overall four seasons. Since previous

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, cylindrical stem. It is cultivated as an ornamental plant for use in water gardens, native plant and wildlife gardens, and for larger designed natural landscaping and habitat restoration projects ( U.S. Department of Agriculture, 2002 ). Salt tolerance has

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varieties. GE is supported by rapidly expanding science and technology but, to our knowledge, has not led to any commercial releases for woody ornamental plants. We will consider the technical approaches and limitations of both approaches as well as the

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two annual weeds was substantially suppressed in potting mix containing 10% and 20% DDGS (by weight). After transplanting, pots were placed in a greenhouse maintained at 20 to 29 °C and watered daily as needed. Injury to ornamental plants, plant height

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ornamentals ( Erickson et al., 2020 ; Noda et al., 1994 ). Native plants aid in supporting biodiverse landscapes, alongside serving as refuge and food sources for pollinators and other wildlife ( Burghardt et al., 2008 ; Diekelmann and Schuster, 2002

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home garden ornamental plant in shady, moist areas with several cultivars of all three taxa available commercially, and some of them recognized by patents ( Hawks, 2008 ; Hoffman et al., 2005 ). At the basal part of Green and Gold diaspores, there is

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container-grown woody ornamentals under four irrigation regimes from 8 June to 30 Sept. 2007. z For D. gracilis ‘Duncan’, irrigation did not affect GII, but plants in the 100–75–75 treatment used water more efficiently than plants in the control treatment

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