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Species & Cultivars

quercifolia ‘Alison’ (Dr. Michael Dirr on the University of Georgia)
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This cultivar is a large plant with long flower panicles and excellent burgundy-red fall        colour. It is a broader more spreading plant than ‘Alice’.   It grows 2m and is a clone discovered and named about the same time as ‘Alice’. It is also broader spreading than ‘Alice’. Found by Michael A. Dirr, on the Geogia campus and named after Alison Arnold, one of his master of           science students.

Gardens found in the 28 pre 2000 surveyed:   No gardens found.

Gardens found in the 10 surveyed in 2010: JCR AW

UKPlant Finder: 2012 = 2 nursery

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