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'Maggie Inouye' and 'Mini Gem' Anthuriums

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Title: 'Maggie Inouye' and 'Mini Gem' Anthuriums
Authors: Kuehnle, A.R.
Amore, T.D.
Kamemoto, H.
Kunisaki, J.T.
Lichty, J.S.
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Keywords: Anthurium
floriculture crops
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Issue Date: Jan 2007
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Kuehnle AR, Amore TD, Kamemoto H, Kunisaki JT, Lichty JS, Uchida JY. 2007. ‘Maggie Inouye’ and ‘Mini Gem’ anthuriums. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 2 p. (New Plants for Hawaii; NPH-A-9)
Series/Report no.: New Plants for Hawaii
Abstract: ‘Maggie Inouye’ is a new light pink, tulip-type anthurium variety (UH1141). This novelty cut flower selection arose from a complex cross, involving several different species of Anthurium, that gave rise to lavender siblings ‘ARCS’ and ‘ARCS Hawaii’. The resulting flower is resistant to anthracnose and does not reflex as much as ‘ARCS’. ‘Mini Gem’ (UH1207) is a miniature purple from a cross between a sibling of lavender ‘ARCS’ and A. amnicola intended for novelty potted plant production.
Pages/Duration: 2 pages
Appears in Collections:New Plants for Hawaii, 1998 - present

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