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Stan C. Hokanson, Steven McNamara, Kathryn Zuzek, Mike Zins, and Nancy Rose

). Although the program has released over 50 cold-hardy woody landscape plants in that time, no vining plants have been released from the program. Relatively few choices exist regarding flowering vines for USDA Zone 4 landscapes, largely relegated to Clematis

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Amy L. Shober, Kimberly A. Moore, Gitta S. Hasing, Christine Wiese, Geoffrey C. Denny, and Gary W. Knox

fertigation programs for baltic ivy and asiatic lily HortTechnology 2 43 46 Park-Brown, S. Knox, G.W. 2010 Flowering vines for Florida. Univ. Florida Inst. Food Agr. Sci., Gainesville, FL Santos, B.M. Gilreath, J.P. 2006 Influence of nitrogen fertilization and

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Sean M. Campbell, Brian J. Pearson, and S. Christopher Marble

medium: A review Zemdirbyste 99 399 408 Park, B.S. Knox, G.W. 2016. Flowering vines for Florida. 18 Feb. 2020. < https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pdffiles/MG/MG09700.pdf > Ranal, M.A. Santana, D.G.d. Ferreira, W.R. Mendes-Rodrigues, C. 2009 Calculating

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Melissa Bravo, Antonio DiTommaso, and David Hayes

‘Atropurpurea’ or Crimson Trumpet’), the yellow ‘Flava’, and the introduced native orange-flowered vine. There are also at least two distinct cultivars of chocolate vine ( Akebia quinata ) at ROVA—one white and two purple flowering vines. Unfortunately, the

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Yifan Jiang, Xinlu Chen, Hong Lin, Fei Wang, and Feng Chen

spectacular racemes in the spring, ease of establishment, hardiness, fast growth, and long lifespan, chinese wisteria and japanese wisteria have become two of the most popular flowering vines in the United States since their introduction. However, these same

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Alexandra García-Castro, Astrid Volder, Hermann Restrepo-Diaz, Terri W. Starman, and Leonardo Lombardini

watered at 100% ET after a period of RI. Passiflora incarnata is sold as a landscape plant in most southern nurseries, where it is valued as a flowering vine, and it is well adapted to southern landscapes. Population growth and increased urbanization have