(+32/R1/1) RSBG, Rhododendron retusum An upright growing but relatively dwarf species with small rounded leaves and an abundance of red flowers over a long blooming season. ACER palmatum 'Atropurpureum' Blood-leaf Japanese maple Available from £25.00. 1997) with an e-value cut-off of 1e-5, MCL v14.137 (van Dongen 2000), MUSCLE v3.8.31 (Edgar 2004), and PAML v4.9i (Yang 2007): A. chinensis (Pilkington et al. A floriferous species with large showy flowers. Statistics for the Structural Gene Annotation of the Rhododendron williamsianum Genome. The Chinese version of this widespread species (var. Pflanzenarten R, durch Bilder bestimmen mit Bild (Foto) + Infos, bei Pflanzen Blütezeit Höhe Breite Verbreitung o. Herkunft, Pflege u.a. A beautiful foliage plant with impressively large leaves. The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer. (0) RSBG Blooming-size bulbs for, Lilium poilanei DJHV#1069 A new species of lily in cultivation, this is an epiphytic species (growing in trees) but can also be found on cliffs and mossy boulders. One of my all-time favorite plants – this variety is quite a bit more tolerant of cold than the typical Himalayan form we have sold in the past. These are grown from seed collected in the wild and represent the western form of the species with darker green foliage and generally much darker flowers of deep pink to purple. Best in light shade or under large conifers. These are grown from seed collected in the wild by our friend Don Hyatt from a plant named “Hooper 2nd Best Red” with deep red flowers. At around 6 to 8 years of age (from seed), the flowering stalk shoots upwards, bearing numerous huge white and highly fragrant lily flowers, each with a broad red flush in the tube. We also examined two other genomes available from Ericaceae, that lack chromosome-level scaffolding, for syntenic relationships: R. delavayi (Zhang, Xu, et al. 2004). nakingense. Similarly, the ages of two Ks peaks identified in each Vaccinium genome correspond to one another (fig. Rhododendron williamsianum x 'Scintillation' -Bijzondere kruising . Ideal position: Dappled shade. Winner of a First Class Certificate in 1944. Each boldly toothed leaf is attached to its stem in the middle (like an umbrella). (0R14) RSBG#205sd2000, Rhododendron cerasinum GR#1413 This species forms a compact rounded shrub with distinctive, elliptic and glossy, deep green leaves. Rarely seen in the trade. 3). 2013). fargesii DJHH#14068 185sd2014, Rhododendron oreodoxa var. nankingense 'Chinese Silver' Blüte: persischrosa,teils dunkler getönt; geringe dunkelrosarote Zeichnung Blatt: immergrün,Oberseite dunkelgrün,Unterseite;hellgrün, dicht weiß behaart,Triebe behaart Wuchs: breitrund Blütezeit: Anfang Mai - Ende Mai Winterhärte:-22°C Selektion von Rh. Initially, 94% of predicted genes from the default build had an AED ≤0.5. Portræt af en hybrid Rhododendron williamsianum er en af naturens helt fantastiske arter. Incomplete or illegible … A tough and hardy selection with masses of rich violet-blue flowers late in the season. We estimated percent repetitive content by first extracting the RepeatMasker and RepeatRunner features from the MAKER annotations and using SOBAcl (Moore 2016) to summarize total base pairs of repetitive elements from MAKER annotations. De Rhododendron species zijn vaak moeilijk in de cultuur. (2008). 2010, 2013). (+5?R11) RSBG, Rhododendron ‘Doris Mossman’ A stenophyllum hybrid with masses of orange flowers and very narrow foliage. A staff favorite and destined to inspire one of the world’s greatest selling earrings when the appropriately skilled artisan can be located. CDHM#14550 277sd2013, Rhododendron campylocarpum KR#6179 205sd2000, Rhododendron cinnabarinum GR#1415 126sd2014, Rhododendron cinnabarinum ssp. An impressive plant in both foliage and flower. (-15) RSBG, Pieris formosa var. Of the functionally annotated syntenic genes, 49% (2,979 genes) belonged to biological process, 28% (1,704 genes) to cellular component, and 62% (3,763 genes) to molecular function, with overlap among these GO domains. In order to establish a linkage map of the R. williamsianum genome, we generated progeny from a genetic cross between the hybrid R. “Moonstone” and R. campylocarpum. Evergreen Shrub Rhododendron williamsianum, a dwarf species rhododendron is great for tucking into small garden spaces. Distributions of syntenic gene functions are similar to the distributions of all gene functions for the most part, but syntenic genes are enriched in certain GO classes compared with the whole-genome (fig. Data from the paired-end sequences allowed removal of PCR duplicates using samtools v0.1.18 (Li 2011) rmdup. Attractive hairy foliage with deeply impressed veins. These are seedlings of the Himalayan form which is “classic” edgeworthii and typically with very fragrant flowers. The distinctive foliage is extremely attractive with a heavily puckered (bullate) texture above and a thick tawny indumentum below. Native to western China. The widely accepted classification scheme for rhododendrons (Sleumer 1980; Chamberlain 1996) names eight subgenera, of which four account for the vast majority of species: subg. Smooth and peeling bark. Smooth narrow leaves and bell-shaped pink to deep rose or lilac flowers in early spring. Requires good drainage. (+10 to +5\R1\5) RSBG#114sd2013, Rhododendron suoilenhense FMWJ#13431 A very exciting, newly described big-leaf species. Reported hardy to +8 F along the east coast and showing some signs of heat tolerance in the southeast. Den er beskrevne plante hører til en af mine favoritter. The flower color is quite variable in this species and is currently unknown for this new collection from the eastern Himalaya. (0\R1\4) RSBG#191sd2015, Rhododendron x obtusum ‘Amoenum’ A long cultivated and beautiful old Japanese hybrid with bits of kiusianum and kaempferi and who knows what else in its genes. The fragrant flowers are pure white with a reddish boss of stamens, quite striking. (0) RSBG, Pleione formosana This is one of the best and easiest of a genus of beautiful dwarf terrestrial orchids that can be grown successfully outdoors in many climates (we have had a clump blooming outside for many years in the Alpine Garden here at the RSBG). (+10 to +5R15) RSBG, Rhododendron sinogrande JN#12152 One of the most impressive species in the genus. For the final chromosomal-scale assembly, the placement and orientation of scaffolds was specified by LACHESIS since LACHESIS provides more orientation data than does the linkage map. is an Investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. This is a selected clone with saffron-yellow flowers deepening to vermilion at the base of the tube. 2017), is sequenced within the Ericaceae with scaffolds anchored to chromosomes, and two other draft, diploid genomes are available for Rhododendron and Vaccinium (Bian et al. 6 and supplementary fig. 1 and supplementary fig. (-5R13) RSBG#221sd2013, Rhododendron sikangense var. Rhododendron williamsianum 1966/606 +info $17 Out of Stock. (+10\R1\6), Rhododendron Biskra’ This is an original Rothschild hybrid (cinnabarinum Roylei Group x ambiguum) that, due to the ambiguum in its parentage, is considered one of the hardiest of the cinnabarinum hybrids. Native to mixed forests in SE China at around 2,000 ft. (+5\R1\1) RSBG#1978/037, Rhododendron kaempferi These are grown from seed collected in the wild by our own Atsuko Gibson who found this species growing in Tochigi, Japan at 1100m. (-10R118 inches) RSBG#1979/074, Rhododendron luteum ‘Golden Comet’ Our best form of this always lovely species. While this species does not have leaves quite as large as those of the North American M. macrophylla, they are still quite large and impressive. The stunning colorful foliage emerges a bright red in mid-spring, glowing in glorious harmony with the masses of white flowers hanging in pendant panicles. (-10R12) RSBG#1969/779, Rhododendron degronianum ssp. 2015; Rose et al. Most of these seedlings should bloom in two or three years (they take at least seven from seed). 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