Genotypic variation of the flowering phenology of Cordyline australis (Laxmanniaceae) grown at three locations in New Zealand

@article{Harris2006GenotypicVO,
  title={Genotypic variation of the flowering phenology of Cordyline australis (Laxmanniaceae) grown at three locations in New Zealand},
  author={W. Harris and R. Beever and S. L. Parkes and B. Smallfield and Ruth Anderson and S. Scheele},
  journal={New Zealand Journal of Botany},
  year={2006},
  volume={44},
  pages={23 - 39}
}
Abstract Progeny of 28 wild populations of Cordyline australis (cabbage tree, ti kouka) from a 12° latitudinal range in New Zealand grown under uniform garden conditions at Mt Albert, Auckland (36°53'S, 174°43'E), Lincoln, Canterbury (43°38'S, 172°29'E), and Invermay, Otago (45°51'S, 170°23'E), differed in the number of years they took to flower for the first time (years to first flowering, YFF) and in the date their flowers first opened each season (first flowering date, FFD). At Auckland… Expand

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