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, : Bouvardias. Gb + Gw 78(13): 287-288

Bouvardia hybrids were introduced from central America (where they grow as bushes several m high) for cut flower production. Rooted cuttings planted in the greenhouse in April produced strong bushes by autumn. After a 6-8 week rest period they were cut back in January to 20-30 cm and the temperature raised to 15 deg C. Plants had 3 flowering periods and produced 390-480 cut flowers/m2/year.


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