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Heritage Rose Foundation: Only blooms on three year old wood
... our winters, possibly the same for second year, but the remaining dormant buds within sleeping sub-laterals are somehow stronger and can make it through our winters. Malcolm M Manners (Mmanners) Bug ... lengthy discussion of pruning, there is mention of "Fortune's Yellow only flowers on the sub-laterals, i.e. on wood three years old." I don't think I've ever read ...
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Angiosperm Families - Cannaceae Juss.
... epulvinate. Lamina entire; linear, or lanceolate, or oblanceolate; pinnately veined (with parallel-convergent laterals); without cross-venules; attenuate at the base. Lamina margins entire; flat. Vernation convolute ... C3 physiology recorded directly in Canna. Anatomy non-C4 type (Canna). Geography, cytology. Sub-tropical and tropical. West Indies and Central America. X = 9. Taxonomy. Subclass ...
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Angiosperm Families - Chloranthaceae R. Br.
... connate). Androecium exclusively of fertile stamens, or including staminodes (or at least the laterals sometimes with only half-anthers). Stamens 1–3(–5); laminar, or filantherous ... absent. Flavonols absent. Ellagic acid absent (Chloranthus). Aluminium accumulation not found. Geography, cytology. Sub-tropical to tropical. South and Central America, Southeast Asia and Malaysia. X = 8, ...
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Training/Pruning Vines
... flower stems should be removed back to a vigorous bud. In the winter, shorten flowering laterals to three or four buds. After several years some of the old canes may be ... , except do not prune the flowering laterals in winter. Rambling roses are vigorous growers that flower only once in the spring. They can be divided into sub-groups --- pruning varies with each ...
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This is Local London | CommuniGate | Glossary
... colourant. SHAPING: To grow a plant into a definite shape by means of training the laterals or by selective pinching out of the growing tips. SIBLINGS: Offspring of the same female ... which leads to the ovary (seed pod). SUBERECT: Partially or sometimes erect; usually of flowers. SUB-SPECIES: A partially differentiated group within a species. SYSTEMICS: Insecticides or fungicides taken up by ...
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MULBERRY Fruit Facts
... at 25 F, while others are unfazed at -25 F. Red mulberries are hardy to sub-zero temperatures. The black mulberry is the least cold-hardy of the three, although again ... kept to a tidy form by developing a set of main branches, and then pruning laterals to 6 leaves in July in order to develop spurs near the main branches. It ...
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MUSCADINE GRAPE Fruit Facts
... . Botanically, they differ in significant ways from other grapes and are placed in a separate sub-genus, Muscadinia. In contrast to most other grapes, muscadines have a tight, non-shedding bark ... first year or when vigorous enough, and then topped to make it branch. The resulting laterals are trained along the wire to make the arms. The overhead trellis provides more bearing ...
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... the bloom that terminates the main stem, sideshoots with further groups of florets, usually called laterals, develop from three or more leaf axils immediately below the main bloom. The strength of ... small version of the main stem, showing the same sequence of changes in leaf form, sub-laterals and a spike of individual florets. Return to Contents List Return to Fascinating Delphiniums Menu ...
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CULTIVATED DELPHINIUM SPECIES
... of a seedling of D. belladonna (Steichen Strain), which had 10 branches but only two sub-laterals on each. While the latter plant might produce just over 200 individual florets, 'Rhapsody in ... of the growth habit, with the terminal racemes of branches, laterals and sub-lateral shoots developing in sequence. Flowering also stimulates laterals from lower down the stem to grow past the bloom and ...
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San Antonio Botanical Garden 555 Funston San Antonio Texas - Garden Guide/Plant Care/Rose Pruning
... s glue. Train remaining canes in an arch to encourage the flowering lateral branches. Cut laterals back to 3 or 4 buds. This should be about 4 to 6 inches. On florabunda, grandiflora, and other bunch flowering roses, cut laterals to 5 or 7 buds, or about 6 to 8 inches, leaving healthy sub-laterals with 3 or 4 buds. In subsequent years, older ...
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