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Scott E. Renfro, Brent M. Burkett, Bruce L. Dunn, and Jon T. Lindstrom

To address issues of invasiveness with some Buddleja L. species, a triploid Buddleja was released. Buddleja (Scrophulariaceae Juss., formally Buddlejaceae K. Wilhelm and Loganiaceae R. Brown), commonly called butterfly bush, is a recent

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Dennis J. Werner and Layne K. Snelling

Buddleja (Scrophulariaceae Juss., formally Buddlejaceae K. Wilhelm and Loganiaceae R. Brown), commonly called butterfly bush, is a popular landscape shrub worldwide valued for its summer flowering, fragrance, and attractiveness to butterflies

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Dennis J. Werner and Layne K. Snelling

Buddleja L. (Scrophulariaceae Juss., formally Buddlejaceae K. Wilhelm and Loganiaceae R. Brown), commonly called butterfly bush, is a popular landscape shrub worldwide valued for its summer flowering, fragrance, and attractiveness to butterflies

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Jon T. Lindstrom, Gregory T. Bujarski, and Brent M. Burkett

Buddleja indica Lam. is encountered frequently as a houseplant or a conservatory specimen and is attractive ornamentally for its oak-shaped foliage. Buddleja indica, a tetraploid African species, 2n = 76, was crossed to the Asiatic tetraploid species B. davidii Franch. The F1 generation was intermediate in foliage character between the two parents. Flowers of the F1 were either white or light lavender in color and the number of flowers per inflorescence was intermediate between the parents. The F1 plants were fertile. These hybrids might be suitable for greenhouse or container culture due to their attractive foliage and floral display.

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William A. Smith and Mark H. Brand

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W. Elliott, D.J. Werner, and P.R. Fantz

A controlled cross between Buddleja davidii var. nanhoensis (Chitt.) Rehd. `Nanho Purple' and B. lindleyana Fort. ex Lindl. produced a hybrid. Pollen viability, male fertility, and the floral and vegetative characters are presented with a Latin diagnosis. Buddleja × luteolufaucia Elliott and Fantz is proposed as the name for this hybrid. Hybridity was confirmed using RAPD analysis.

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Amanda J. Hershberger, Tracie M. Jenkins, and Carol Robacker

Spigelia (Loganiaceae) is a genus of ≈50 species that ranges from the southeastern United States to Central America and south to temperate areas of South America. Only five species are considered endemic to the United States and two of these are

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Bruce L. Dunn and Jon T. Lindstrom

. Genet. 107 1195 1200 Leeuwenberg, A.J.M. 1979 The Loganiaceae of Africa XVIII. Buddleja II. Revision of the African and Asiatic species Meded. Landbouwhogeschool 79 1 163 Lindstrom, J