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cuttings of ‘Shamrock’ inkberry holly and ‘Henry's Garnet’ sweetspire (Spring Meadow Nursery, Grand Haven, MI) were planted into trade gal pots with drainage holes. Liners were ≈6 months old at planting. At planting, root balls were submersed in a solution

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experience alternating periods of flooding and drying. Dylewski et al. (p. 461) evaluated three native woody landscape shrubs for tolerance to repeated short-term flooding events. Sweetspire, inkberry holly, and possumhaw all maintained growth and good

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withstand alternating wet and dry periods. On 16 June 2008, 30 rooted stem cuttings [0.25 L (2.25 inches)] of Viburnum nudum L. ‘Winterthur’ (possumhaw), Ilex glabra (L.) A. Gray. ‘Shamrock’ (inkberry holly), and Itea virginica L. ‘Henry's Garnet

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