OROC Book I: International Register of Ornamental Plant Cultivars


THIS EDITION IS OUTDATED AND RETAINED HERE SOLELY FOR HISTORICAL REASONS TO DOCUMENT THE WORK. Please refer to newer OROC volumes on this platform for more current registrations.

First listing of new landscape plants (trees, sbrubs, vines, conifers, hardy perennials, annuals, bedding plants, tropical, house plants, and bulbs) from the 100% free, no delay cultivar registration process called Open Registration Of Cultivars (OROC). This 100 page listing covers scores of new plants from 2010 to 2014 from all over the world.

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Jun 11, 2015
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Gardening / Flowers / Annuals
Gardening / Flowers / Perennials
Gardening / House Plants & Indoor
Gardening / Ornamental Plants
Gardening / Trees
Nature / Reference
Science / Life Sciences / Botany
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