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Introducing new and recommended plants - the British Columbia way

, : Introducing new and recommended plants - the British Columbia way. Combined Proceedings International Plant Propagators' Society 1989; 38: 413-416

Ornamental woody species and cultivars released to the public for commercial production in British Columbia since the University's Botanical Garden Plant Introduction Scheme started in 1985 are listed and the criteria of the programme are discussed. Descriptions are given of 2 recent introductions. Sorbus hupehensis Pink Pagoda, released in 1988, is a deciduous tree growing to about 10 m with attractive reddish-bronze spring growth and orange-red autumn foliage.

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