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New forms in the collection of ornamental stone fruits at the Nikitskii Botanic Garden

, : New forms in the collection of ornamental stone fruits at the Nikitskii Botanic Garden. Byulleten' Gosudarstvennogo Nikitskogo Botanicheskogo Sada (67): 38-42

Brief descriptions are given of: 2 ornamental peaches (Gansu peach introduced from China in 1982 and Prunus davidiana) flowering in Feb.-Mar; 3 peach-almond hybrids flowering in Mar.-Apr.; and 8 ornamental forms of common peach flowering in Apr.

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