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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

Vol. 44

Title:
Propagation of Camellias by Cuttings

Author:
Bill Barr

pp: 454-456

Abstract:
INTRODUCTION

Camellias are relatively easy to root. Our biggest problem is obtaining enough cutting wood. This is especially true with the Camellia japonica cultivars. At Hines Nurseries, Houston facility, we grow camellia cultivars of C. japonica, C. sasanqua, and C. hiemalis, and selected hybrids.

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