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Jason D. Lattier and Ryan N. Contreras

plastid DNA ( Kim and Jansen, 1998 ). The current phylogeny by Li et al. (2012) based on nuclear and plastid DNA sequences recognizes six series: Pubescentes , Villosae , Ligustrina , Ligustrae , Pinnatifoliae , and Syringa ( Vulagares ). Each

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Jason D. Lattier and Ryan N. Contreras

, Ligustrae , Ligustrina , Pubescentes , and Villosae ( Li et al., 2012 ). Most species are native to eastern Asia while two species, S. vulgaris and S. josikaea , are native to southeastern Europe ( Kim and Jansen, 1998 ). Most cultivar development

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Freek Vrugtman

. Lilacs Quart J. Intl. Lilac Soc. 33 4 123 Correction Syringa L. (Villosae Group) ‘Marie Rogers’ [ HortScience 40(6):1597 (October 2005)]. The color of the fully formed flower buds is Red-Purple Group 71-A, opening to Purple

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Hsuan Chen, Jason D. Lattier, Kelly Vining, and Ryan N. Contreras

morphological characters and molecular analysis, Syringa is divided into six series: Pubescentes , Villosae , Ligustrae , Ligustrina , Pinnatifoliae , and Syringa ( Kim and Jansen, 1998 ; Li et al., 2012 ). Dwarf lilacs, which are included in series