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‘Princess Aiko’ (‘Imperial’) and ‘Regina’, Two Novelty Anthuriums

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Title: ‘Princess Aiko’ (‘Imperial’) and ‘Regina’, Two Novelty Anthuriums
Authors: Kuehnle, A.R.
Amore, T.D.
Kamemoto, H.
Kunisaki, J.T.
Lichty, J.S.
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Keywords: Anthurium
anthuriums
cultivars
floriculture crops
Hawaii
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Issue Date: Dec 2004
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Kuehnle AR, Amore TD, Kamemoto H, Kunisaki JT, Lichty JS, Uchida JY. 2004. ‘Princess Aiko’ (‘Imperial’) and ‘Regina’, two novelty anthuriums. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 1 p. (New Plants for Hawaii; NPH-A-7)
Series/Report no.: New Plants for Hawaii
A7
Abstract: Anthurium ‘Princess Aiko’ (UH1299) is a new, sweet scented, multipurpose cultivar. It is high yielding with bright, long lasting flowers carried above dark green foliage. Anthurium ‘Regina’ has a unique large purple flower similar in shape (lateral tulip) to ‘Princess Aiko’.
Pages/Duration: 2 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/2663
Appears in Collections:New Plants for Hawaii, 1998 - present



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