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Trees of Reed: Chinese Photinia
... Trees of Reed: Chinese Photinia Chinese Photinia Scientific Name: Photinia serratifolia Family: Rosaceae This native of China is a member of the rose family. It ...
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Entomosporium Leaf Spot of Photinia
... Photinia serrulata and Photinia glabra, and a hybrid, Photinia x fraseri, are grown for landscaping. Because of its bright red, immature foliage, Photinia x fraseri, also known as "red tip," is the most popular photinia ...
www.ext.vt.edu

Floridata: Photinia x fraseri
... gift of Tulip Topper wildflower seeds with every bulb order. Photinia x fraseri Common Names: red top, red tip, photina Family: Rosaceae ... its parents, the Japanese photinia (P. glabra) which is smaller in stature and leaf size. Japanese photinia blooms later in the season ... produces a few red berries. The other parent is Chinese photinia (P. serrulata) which grows taller and has more leathery leaves ...
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Espaliers
... shade Formal / informal Comment: White, small, odorous flowers in spring. Photinia glabra Redtip Photinia N Evergreen Full sun Formal / informal Comment: Photinia x fraseri is an excellent hybrid. Pyracantha coccinea Pyracantha N-C ...
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Learning from Our Adversaries / Ruth M. Pettis
... the rest of their lives cutting back: good olí English Laurel, Butterfly Bush (Buddleia davidii), Photinia, English Holly? The adaptive strategies of all those escaped mints and foxgloves (Digitalis purpurea) loose ...
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Texas Plant Disease Handbook
... . SHRUBS Althea Azalea Boxwood Camellia Cotoneaster Crapemyrtle Eleagnus Euonymous Gardenia Holly and Yaupon Ligustrum Nandian Photinia Pittosporum Poinsettia Pyracantha Rose Wisteria Rating of Ornamental Plants to Root Knot Nematode Back to ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

Mushroom Root Rot
... disease. Peach and plum orchards are also frequently destroyed. Native yaupon and cedar are resistant. Photinia, gardenia, wax-leaf ligustrum, Japanese privet and crapemyrtle have been known to escape the disease ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu
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Gardening with Bevan & Margaret
... evergreen dwarf shrub. The leaves are colourful, turning crimson and scarlet in autumn and winter. PHOTINIA ROBUSTA (Fire Bush) Evergreen tree, grows well in cooler climates, new growth in spring is ...
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Trees of Reed: Tree Information
... M, N, O Magnolia spp. Malus spp. Metasequoia glyptostroboides P Parrotia persica Paulownia tomentosa Photinia serratifolia Picea spp. Pinus spp. Platanus spp. Populus spp. Prunus spp. Pseudotsuga menziesii ... C California Bay Carolina Silverbell Castor Aralia Caucasian Wingnut Cedar Cherry Chinese Elm Chinese Photinia Crabapple D Dawn Redwood Deerhorn Cedar Dogwood Douglas-fir E Elm Empress Tree ...
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Open Directory - Science: Biology: Flora and Fauna: Plantae: Magnoliophyta: Magnoliopsida: Rosaceae: Aronia
... Aronia (4) Aronia arbutifolia - Images and US range of Red Chokeberry, also called Photinia pyrifolia. Aronia melanocarpa - Description and images of Black Chokeberry. Aronia melanocarpa - Images. ... - Image and description of Purple Chokeberry, also known as Aronia atropurpurea or Photinia floribunda. "Aronia" search on: AltaVista - A9 - AOL - Clusty - Gigablast - Google - Lycos - MSN - Teoma ...
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