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Halgrim began hybridizing and collecting crotons in 1920, and he was friendly with several of the Miami hybridizers.
Earl Watts is a noted hybridizer of daylilies and has hybridized over 30 daylilies registered with the American Hemerocallis Society.
King's contact with Oregon hybridizer Fern Pilley got her started with daylilies 27 years ago.
John Pottschmidt of Cincinnati, Ohio -- only the third amateur hybridizer to win the AARS Award in 67 years -- and is introduced by Weeks Roses of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
He also was a hybridizer and nurseryman, and the owner of Island Gardens Nursery.
The hybridizer then carefully and rigorously tests the new variety before submitting it to the Royal General Bulbgrowers' Association for approval and listing in the international register of tulips.
And with his rich new album, eIKonvicted,eIU this graceful hybridizer has solidified his vision, pointing the way for R&B to progresseI[logical not]"
Although she says she is only a hobbyist and not a hybridizer, she have attended 3 of the last 4 World Conferences and enjoys finding new and unusual crosses.
Sparrieshoop', introduced in 1953 by hybridizer Wilhelm Kordes, is a nonstop bloomer; it performs like a climber but can be grown in a bed at least 6 feet wide so it can spread.
Emma Bohan of Eugene, a widely known rhododendron hybridizer, will be the featured speaker Thursday evening at the regular meeting of the Eugene Chapter of the American Rhododendron Society.