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Azalea Society of America
... lepidote" rhododendrons, where lepidote means "covered with scales". azalea variability Azaleas are either species or hybrids. A species is a population that interbreeds and is reproductively isolated from other populations. Seedlings from such isolated species ... every landscaping need or personal preference. All North American species azaleas, also called native azaleas, are deciduous (drop their ...
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... appear to transmit its inflorescence/petal colour to its offspring. ixioides. “….contributes stiff, lepidote leaves. The green flower bract colour is very dominant. The yellow flower colour is transmitted ... such as durattii, bulbosa transmit to their offspring, there is even less available on which species do not transmit their characteristics. Yet this information is just as important if future ...
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MBG: Research: Projects: South America: Venezuelan Guayana
... do not occur in all species. The major economic importance of the family is in horticulture, with many species cultivated for their showy flowers. Some species of Tabebuia and related ... ..... 37 36. Tendrils simple or minutely bifid; ovary glabrous or lepidote, never puberulous ..... 41 37(36). Ovary glabrous or lepidote or subpuberulous; corolla often thin and sparsely puberulous; interpetiolar ...
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RBGE: Favourite Plants at Edinburgh - in the Garden
... the brink of extinction. I was involved in a major expedition that successfully collected this species in 1990 but the material collected has never flowered so it is impossible to verify ... plant still eludes me. Rhododendron rigidum Arguably one of the most beautiful of the lepidote rhododendrons. This particular species, which is noted for its prolific production of white flowers in the spring ...
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RBGE: Rhododendrons
... the temperate species and over a third of those known in the tropics. Rhododendrons are divided into two main groups: the scaly-leaved or Lepidote rhododendrons, numbering over 500 species, and the non-scaly or Elepidote rhododendrons, with about 300 (mostly larger) species. Species within these two divisions are ...
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Plant Name On-line Registration Application
... line form below to register a name for a selected clone of either a species or a hybrid. The registration information will be emailed to Jay W. Murray, ARS ... rhododendron lepidote rhododendron azaleodendron deciduous azalea evergreen azalea vireya rhododendron intergeneric hybrid Complete Section A or Section B, whichever is applicable Section A - Selected Clone of a Species Name of species, ...
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The Rhododendron Society of Canada, Niagara Region
... 'Mood Indigo,' he started with the Chinese Rhododendron augustinii ssp augustinii & pollinated it with unrecorded species or cultivar. The resulting 'Mood Indigo' was never registered3. The mother plant, shown in the ... of this mother plant In the late 1970's, Al. Smith entered a beautiful blue lepidote.in then annual Niagara Rhododendron flower show. Jack Looye asked him what it was, Al ...
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The Rhododendron Society of Canada, Niagara Region
... to this communication, let's first deal with lepidote hybrids, and foremost of all, with the descendents of R. lapponicum, the truly arctic species with which I spent so much of my ... him. The basic ingredients for a successful lepidote and elepidote hybridization program were now in place. Apart from those mentioned, a number of other hardy species and hybrids were also used. Innumerable ...
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