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Expanding the cultural range of camellias



Expanding the cultural range of camellias



Camellia Journal 44(3): 34-35



A discussion of recent progress in breeding and selection to extend the possibilities for outdoor culture in the USA, with reference to new cultivars derived from Camellia oleifera (with cold tolerance) and C. hongkongensis and C. kissi (with heat tolerance).

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