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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

Vol. 50

Field Establishment of Tissue Culture-derived Trillium grandiflorum

S.L. Kitto and J.S. Frett

pp: 417-418


Trilliums are high-value, garden-worthy plants that are uncommon in the nursery trade due to propagation difficulties. Many herbaceous plants that are conventionally difficult to propagate rely on tissue culture micropropagation. Tissue culture micropropagation involves the clonal production of shoots that are rooted and reestablished under field conditions. Shoot or rhizome production of trilliums in vitro is relatively easy. The purpose of this research was to develop reestablishment protocols for rhizomes of Trillium grandiflorum.

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