How series Pubescentes changed the horticultural landscape.
Growing Knowledge archive
Note: This article is part of the Growing Knowledge series in Digger magazine. This series is provided by Oregon State University in collaboration with the United States Department of Agriculture and in partnership with the Oregon Association of Nurseries.
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Among the six series of lilacs, two clades are as different as they are important to the horticulture industry — Syringa and Pubescentes.
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