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( Rhododendron spp.), oak-leafed hydrangea ( Hydrangea quercifolia ), purple cone flower ( Echinacea purpurea ), butterflyweed ( Asclepias spp.), iris ( Iris spp.), black-eye-susan ( Rudbeckia spp.), eastern redbud ( Cercis canadensis ), and flowering dogwood

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‘Rubrum’), hornbeam ( Carpinus betula ‘Columnaris’), redbud ( Cercis canadensis ), and birch ( Betula nigra ‘Cully’). Five replicates of 2-year-old liners per species were transplanted in Apr. 2010 into 15-gal pots (44 cm wide × 38 cm deep) containing a

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magnolia* ( Magnolia grandiflora ), yaupon holly* ( Ilex vomitoria ), willow oak ( Quercus phellos ), sweet bay magnolia ( Magnolia virginiana ), overcup oak ( Quercus lyrata ), viburnums ( Viburnum spp.), and redbud ( Cercis canadensis ). The species

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Graves, 1998 ), eucalyptus ( Eucalyptus spp.) ( Li, 1998 ; Li et al., 2000 ; Tuomela, 1997 ), pine ( Pinus spp.) ( Cregg, 1994 ), ash ( Fraxinus spp.) ( Abrams et al., 1990 ), redbud ( Cercis canadensis ) ( Griffin et al., 2004 ), and baldcypress

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-tolerant species without definitive xeri-morphic leaf traits may have limited salt tolerance such as Cercis occidentalis ( Niu et al., 2010 ) may be inferred to be less suitable for salt-affected landscapes. More explicit questions regarding how habitat and leaf

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redbud [ Cercis canadensis L. var. mexicana (Rose) M. Hopk.] contribute to water-conserving capability and survival in arid and semiarid regions compared with eastern redbud ( C. Canadensis ; Tipton and White, 1995 ). When plants are under drought

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Sophora secundiflora and Cercis canadensis var. Mexicana HortScience 45 424 427 Palaniswamy, U.R. McAvoy, R. Bible, B. 1997 Omega-3-fatty acid concentration in Portulaca oleraceae L. is altered by the source of nitrogen in hydroponic solution

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( Cercis canadensis L.) trees (Norge loam, fine-silty, mixed, thermic Udic Paleustolls, 35% sand, 45% silt, and 20% clay; Oklahoma State University Botanical Garden Stillwater, OK), a recently disturbed construction soil (clay loam, 35% sand, 37.5% silt

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carbohydrates of two ecotypes of redbud ( Cercis canadensis ) J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 129 497 502 Gu, M. Robbins, J.A. Rom, C.R. 2007 Early landscape performance of twenty field-grown birch genotypes at two

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Yusnita, S. Geneve, R.L. Kester, S.T. 1990 Micropropagation of white flowering eastern redbud ( Cercis canadensis var. alba L.) J. Environ. Hort. 8 177 179 Zapata-Castillo, Y.P. Canto-Flick, A

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