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A clone selected for its hardiness and introduced before 1963 by the Kingsville Nursery in Maryland. It has been superseded by a range of hardier, more vigorous and more ornamental selections including the Paktia Group clones, ‘Shalimar’ and ‘Kashmir’. ‘Comercially extinct’ by the late 1990s. (Jacobson 1996).


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