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

panicle hydrangea ( Hydrangea paniculata ‘Grandiflora’) are easy to propagate. Materials and methods Cuttings from five species of plants were propagated in commercial-scale submist and overhead mist systems. On 20 June 2019, tip cuttings were taken from

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Sandra M. Reed and Timothy A. Rinehart

also known by the common name of panicle hydrangea, is native to Japan, eastern and southern China, and Taiwan ( Dirr, 2004 ; McClintock, 1957 ). McClintock (1957) placed H. paniculata in Section Hydrangea Maxim., Subsection Heteromallae Rehder

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Timothy A. Rinehart, Brian E. Scheffler, and Sandra M. Reed

and Rix, 1998 ). Inflorescences are terminal and form panicles with large, white flower buds. Flowers are similar to fertile flowers found in other members of the Hydrangeaceae and are bisexual with five petals and prominent stamens ( Hufford, 2001

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Diana R. Cochran, Amy Fulcher, and Guihong Bi

Hydrangeas ( Hydrangea sp.) are extremely popular and account for an estimated $73 million in U.S. sales annually [ U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), 2009 ]. With an estimated 23 Hydrangea species worldwide ( U.S. National Arboretum, 2005

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Ravi Bika, Cristi Palmer, Lisa Alexander, and Fulya Baysal-Gurel

test products. ‘Nikko Blue’ bigleaf hydrangea has panicle-type inflorescences that contain small, fertile flowers and large, showy sepals. The term “flower” used in this article refers to a single harvested stem with its panicle of flowers and sepals

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Sandra M. Reed, Keri D. Jones, and Timothy A. Rinehart

–2 m in height and width. Terminal panicles, ranging in width from 3 to 20 cm, form in mid- to late summer. Inflorescences consist entirely of perfect flowers, which may be white, pink, or blue. The fruits ripen into bright blue berries that persist

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Diana R. Cochran and Amy Fulcher

importance of optimizing PGR chemistry, as well as rate and application timing based on the target crop, conditions, and desired effect on plant form. Little Lime™ hydrangea is a new hydrangea cultivar that is increasingly popular, but is not considered

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Amir Rezazadeh, Richard L. Harkess, and Guihong Bi

’ blanket flower [ Gaillardia aristata ( Latimer and Freeborn, 2010 )]. Dikegulac sodium at 800 or 1600 ppm increased branch number of pruned and unpruned ‘Limelight’ panicle hydrangea [ Hydrangea paniculata ( Cochran et al., 2013 )]. The foliar

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Cecil Pounders, Tim Rinehart, and Hamidou Sakhanokho

beginning pollinations, seed pods and open flowers were removed from panicles of plants to be used as female parents. These plants were kept in mesh-covered cages throughout pollinations to exclude pollinators. The following morning before anther dehiscence

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Malcolm W. Smith, Debra L. Gultzow, and Toni K. Newman

panicles were observed to confirm hybrid status. Leaf extracts from parents and putative hybrids were also subject to isozyme analysis using the well-established PGM enzyme system to score heritable bands for both PGM-1 and PGM-2 (e.g., Grosser et al