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Jason D. Lattier and Ryan N. Contreras

form and flowers in addition to cold hardiness from wild-collected S. pubescens ssp. patula from E.H. Wilson’s Diamond Mountain expedition in Korea ( Fiala and Vrugtman, 2008 ). Most new cultivars in series Pubescentes are prolific flowering

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Bryan J. Peterson, Stephanie E. Burnett, and Olivia Sanchez

, Dirr and Heuser (2006) suggest perlite as a suitable rooting medium for common lilac ( Syringa vulgaris ). Inkberry can be propagated from semihardwood cuttings during late summer and fall, for which Dirr and Heuser (2006) suggest 1000–8000 mg·L −1

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Jason D. Lattier and Ryan N. Contreras

no significant differences among the 12 taxa included. The smallest genome size was S. pubescens Rhythm & Bloom ® (1.43 ± 0.01 pg), whereas the largest was in S. pubescens ssp. patula ‘Miss Kim’ (1.54 ± 0.01 pg). Within series Villosae , most

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Stephanie E. Burnett, Bryan J. Peterson, and Marjorie Peronto

. In previous research, manchurian lilac ( Syringa pubescens ssp. patula ‘Miss Kim’) had more roots and longer roots when it was propagated in submist ( Sanchez et al., 2020 ). Manchurian lilac plants are often challenging to propagate if cuttings