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perennial macrophytes were able to identify the optimum timing for shoot harvesting to minimize detrimental influence on plant growth in subsequent seasons ( Asaeda et al., 2008 ). The use of floating wetlands (also called floating islands) for stormwater

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‘Utopia’ [ Zantedeschia aethiopica (L.) K. Spreng] is a perennial calla developed by Chapingo Autonomous University, Mexico. The calla belongs to the Araceae family and is an ornamental native of Africa ( Kuehny, 2000 ). In Mexico it is popular

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Kozai, 2004 ). Plants in the genus Zantedeschia K. Koch, referred to as a group as calla lilies, are important ornamental plants in demand internationally throughout the year ( Halligan et al., 2004 ; Leal-Rojas et al., 2007 ). Both white and colored

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Herbaceous perennials are propagated from seed (plugs), cuttings (liners), divisions, and tissue-cultured plantlets, and in 2015 had a reported wholesale value of $120 million for the 15 top-producing states ( U.S. Department of Agriculture, 2016

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, including edible flowers (1 respondent), fillers (3), flowering branches (4), foliages (8), grasses, grains, and millets (14), herbs (3), natives (2), perennials (3), vines (1), and other woody trees, shrubs, and vines (4). Table 4. Respondents to a 2017

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time ( Jie et al., 2003 ; JongWon et al., 2000 ), calla lily ( Zantedeschia albomaculata ) to increase the number of flowers and shorten production time ( Ball, 1991 ), and species in which GA 3 can be used to break dormancy such as liatris ( Liatris

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differently to the same method of soaking bulbs in flurprimidol. Janowska (2010) tested six cultivars of calla lily ( Zantedeschia albomaculata ), applying flurprimidol directly to the soil in concentrations ranging from 75 to 150 mg·L −1 . Not all cultivars

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; Veatch-Blohm et al. 2012 , 2014 , 2019 ). Previous research conducted in our laboratory demonstrated salinity tolerance in fall- (daffodil) and spring-planted (calla lily) geophytes ( Veatch-Blohm et al. 2012 , 2014 , 2019 ). Because of the previous

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results are more in accordance with Miyamoto et al. (2004) who reported that euonymus is able to support 6 to 8 dS·m −1 , because the total growth in our plants was not negatively affected by salinity. Similar results were observed in cultivars of calla

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continued to the present day. Burbank contributed to canna development at the tail end of the first wave of interest in these tropical perennials. Coincidentally, Burbank unknowingly crossed a canna ‘Crozy’-hybrid selection with Canna flaccida , a North

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