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A new program to measure hardiness in camellias



A new program to measure hardiness in camellias



American Camellia Yearbook 1981: 121-134



In late March-early April, 1981, a wide range of Camellia japonica and hybrid cvs in North Carolina gardens were rated for levels of low temperature injury to flowers and foliage.

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