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Carrie A. Radcliffe, James M. Affolter, and Hazel Y. Wetzstein

Georgia plume ( Elliottia racemosa , Ericaceae) is a tree endemic to the Coastal Plain region of Georgia in the southeastern United States. It was first discovered by the explorer, William Bartram, in 1773 and documented by botanist Stephen Elliott

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Seong Min Woo and Hazel Y. Wetzstein

Elliottia racemosa , classified within the group of the Ericaceae family, is one of the rarest native small trees or large shrubs in Georgia and is a state threatened shrub ( Chafin, 2007 ). Elliottia racemosa , commonly called Georgia plume

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Carrie A. Radcliffe, James M. Affolter, and Hazel Y. Wetzstein

Elliottia racemosa , commonly known as georgia plume, is a threatened, woody plant that occurs only in the Coastal Plain region of Georgia in the southeastern United States. It was first discovered by the explorer William Bartram in 1773, documented

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Seong Min Woo and Hazel Y. Wetzstein

Elliottia racemosa , commonly called Georgia plume, is a rare deciduous shrub or small tree native to the state of Georgia. In early summer, it has beautiful plume-like clusters of white flowers from which it gets its name. Attaining heights up

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Justin A. Porter, Hazel Y. Wetzstein, David Berle, Phillip A. Wadl, and Robert N. Trigiano

Georgia plume ( Elliottia racemosa , Ericaceae) is a beautiful, rare, small tree endemic only to Georgia, where it is listed as a threatened species ( Georgia Department of Natural Resources, 2006 ). It produces spectacular plume-like white

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Justin A. Porter, David Berle, and Hazel Y. Wetzstein

for ex situ conservation, and exploration for unknown populations. Georgia plume [ Elliottia racemosa (Ericaceae)] is a small tree that is endemic only to the state of Georgia, where it is listed as a threatened species ( Georgia Department of Natural

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Hazel Y. Wetzstein and S. Edward Law

Tanaka) as affected by self- and cross-pollination Sci. Hort. 121 38 41 Radcliffe, C.A. Affolter, J.M. Wetzstein, H.Y. 2010 Flower morphology and development in georgia plume, Elliottia racemosa (Ericaceae), a rare coastal plain endemic J. Amer. Soc

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use on annual landscape species. Reproductive Biology of Elliottia racemosa , a Rare Coastal Plain Endemic Carrie A. Radcliffe*, James M. Affolter, and Hazel Y. Wetzstein, Department of Horticulture, 1111 Miller Plant Science Building, The University

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Hazel Y. Wetzstein, Nadav Ravid, Erik Wilkins, and Adriana Pinheiro Martinelli

.M. Wetzstein, H.Y. 2008 Morphological and histological evaluations of in vitro regeneration in Elliottia racemosa leaf explants induced on media with thidiazuron J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 133 167 172 Yi, W. Law, S.E. McCoy, D. Wetzstein, H.Y. 2006 Stigma

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Uttara C. Samarakoon, Keith A. Funnell, David J. Woolley, Barbara A. Ambrose, and Ed R. Morgan

of the costs of buds Oikos 106 200 208 Woo, S.M. Wetzstein, H.Y. 2008 Morphological and histological evaluations of in vitro regeneration in Elliottia racemosa leaf explants induced on media with thidiazuron J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 133 167 172 Yang