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Propagating Azaleas-Patent Question

Posted by vlgee 8 (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 1, 10 at 23:17

Hi Everyone,

I have two azaleas in my yard that I would like to propagate to sell, if possible, but I do not know if they are patented. I tried searching, but came up with no results. Is there a site you know of where I can find out if they are protected by patents or not?

I suspect they are, but thought I would check just on the off chance I might get lucky! They are both Exbury. One is a Princess Royal and the other I believe is called a Crimson Queen, but I am not sure (it is a very deep orange color).

Any help you can give me is appreciated.

Thanks so much,

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RE: Propagating Azaleas-Patent Question

tyhere is an "Azalea Society" which keeps track of patents, hybridizing information & names of the Azaleas
check there for help.

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