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, P. amoena, and P. floridana ( Levin, 1966 ; Wherry, 1955 ). The perennial species Phlox pilosa (also known as Prairie Phlox or Downy Phlox) consists of several subspecies ( Levin, 1966 ). All species in the “ Phlox pilosa complex” are self

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). Petal colors range from a lemon yellow and gold exhibited by ‘Prairie Sun’ to the deep red and mahogany expressed by ‘Cherokee Sunset’. However, R. hirta is short-lived and susceptible to diseases, including rhizoctonia blight ( Rhizoctonia sp.) and

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-temperature experiments J. Range Mgt. 48 5 410 416 https://doi.org/10.2307/4002244 U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service 2006 Plants profile for Ratibida columnifera (upright prairie coneflower) 29 Aug. 2020. < https

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://usda.library.cornell.edu/concern/publications/0p0966899?locale=en > U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service 2006 Plants profile for Ratibida columnifera (Upright Prairie Coneflower) 14 Jan. 2021. < https://plants.usda.gov/core/profile?symbol=RACO3

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( Monarda fistulosa ), Maximilian sunflower ( Helianthus maximiliani ), and purple coneflower ( Echinacea purpurea ) ( Supplemental Table 3 ). We counted wildflower stems within two randomly placed 0.25 m 2 quadrants per plot three times in 2015 on: 3 June

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.D. 1976 Self-incompatibility systems in floriculture crops Acta Hort. 63 205 215 Ault, J.R. 2006 Coneflower 799 822 Anderson N.O. Flower breeding and genetics Springer Dordrecht, The Netherlands

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they are wrong, they are likely to continue gardening anyway. Bell peppers ( Capsicum annuum ) grown for food, purple coneflowers ( Echinacea angustifolia ) grown for pollinators, crabapple trees ( Malus sylvestris ) planted for beauty—these are

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damage to foxglove ( Digitalis purpurea ), purple coneflower ( Echinacea purpurea ), lamb’s ears ( Stachys byzantine ), and false spirea ( Astilbe sp.), but it was safe on statice ( Limonium latifolium ), little bluestem ( Schizachyrium scoparium ), and

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coneflower ( Rudbeckia fulgida ‘Goldsturm’) when grown outdoors under nursery conditions in the southern U.S. without negating the benefits of earlier flowering from night-interrupted lighting (NIL). NIL accelerated flowering of both cultivars without

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