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Hebe cultivars as potential new pot plants



Hebe cultivars as potential new pot plants



Acta Horticulturae ( 252): 235-237



Out of a total of about 500 cultivars and species, 9 cultivars are in production as pot plants in Denmark. Another 48 clones of cultivars and species have been collected and evaluated for suitability over the last 2 years. The clones are divided into 2 groups, viz. those suitable as foliage pot plants and those suitable as flowering pot plants. Propagation dates, periods and conditions for production and control of flowering are among the parameters currently being analysed.

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