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Inflorescence and flower size and the number of flowers in the inflorescence in variety collections of some Erica species



Inflorescence and flower size and the number of flowers in the inflorescence in variety collections of some Erica species



Casopis Slezskeho Muzea, C 28(2): 97-106



Floral dimensions were measured in many cvs of 19 Erica species and hybrids. Inflorescence length in E. carnea averaged 3.6 cm and in E. vagans and E. X watsonii 4.07 and 2.75 cm, respectively. Flower numbers/inflorescence in E. carnea, E. vagans and E. X watsonii averaged 23.49, 36.34 and 15.22, respectively. E. tetralix had the most constant inflorescence size.

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