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Volume I
191 different cultivars of Crassula, 132 Dracaena, 73 Epipremnum (exclusive of Scindapsus), 22 Maranta, several new Hedera, Mammillaria, 242 Syngonium, 20 Monstera, 113 Peperomia, 17 Portulacaria afra, 211 Sansevieria, and 199 philodendron cultivars.
Page count/size: 280 pages, varies with format, generally 8.5 x 11 in.
Price: $89.00 (shipping charges often apply to print editions)
Publication Date: September 12, 2022

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You may still order the 2022 Edition below but you will enrolled for the 2023 Edition instead. Price has not changed but access continues through December 31, 2023 and page count will increase over the year.



  




 


Hatch's Cultivars of Woody Plants
2022 Edition

Page Counts (PDF 8 x 10 in. to 8 x 16 in.): 6591


Interface: HTML menu viewable on any internet-connected device. Data files are PDF format. Menu and PDF files also load from any device if downloaded to the same drive.

Megabytes: 1410 (14GB)

Author: Laurence C. Hatch, horticultural taxonomist and cultvar historian with contributions from more than 40 genus experts and more users worldwide.

Images: More than 2500 JPG images in digital, high resolution quality. Our standard is a minumum of 1250 pixels wide whenever possible. New images are added monthly.

Cultivar Counts: Abelia=80, Aesculus-=110, Abies=489, Acer palmatum=547, Aucuba-173, Buddleia=318, Cercis=92, Chamaecyparis obtusa=351, Cornus=613, Ginkgo=213, Juniperus=1100+, Loropetalum=67, Lonicera=403, Mahonia=94, Podocarpus=97, Robinia=74, Salix=254, Sciadopitys=94, Taxodium=75, Thuja excluding Platycladus=446, Viburnum-271, plus all genera with cultivars.


Taxa Range: all temperate woody plants including trees, shrubs, conifers, vines, hardy palms, and subshrubs, covering mainly cultivars with occasional botanical taxa added for comparison.Tender woody plants only hardy in USDA zones 8-10 only are covered in Hatch's Interior Plants (HIP).

Access Rights: this is a private, subscription-only website so the URL must not be shared with others or posted for public use unless you purchase a Library license for in-building use.

MIssion Statement: To be and remain the largest  and most complete
catalog of horticultural varieties or cultivars of garden trees, shrubs, vines, and conifers ever published in any medium.

Subscription Duration: You will receive access to all updates through December 31, 2022

Price: US $89.00 per user, single user, one building only
 
 

 

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Cultivars of Hardy Perennials
2023 PDF Digital Edition
All Volumes

Page Counts (PDF 8.5. x 11 in..): 2000+

Interface: HTML menu viewable on any internet-connected device. Data files are PDF format. They can be copied to and used on any phone, tablet, desktop, or PDF reader with suitable space.
 

Megabytes: 392 MB

Author: Laurence C. Hatch, horticultural taxonomist and cultvar historian with contributions from more than 14 genus experts and users worldwide.

Images: More than 2500 JPG images in digital, high resolution quality. Our standard is a minumum of 1250 pixels wide whenever possible. New images are added with most updates.

Cultivar Counts: Achillea=118, Agapanthus=192, Ajuga=118, Aquilegia=274, Baptisia=68, Bergenia=81, Campanula=362, Cortaderia=66, Dicentra=56, Echinacea=142, Epimedium=159, Farfugium=82, Geum=193, Hibiscus herbaceous=221, Leucanthemum=187, Mentha=121, Miscanthus=192, Monarda=162, Opuntia=184, Phlox=971, Salvia=418, Sedum=342, Tradescantia (hardy)=98, Trillium=121, Yucca=97, plus all genera with cultivars.

Taxa Range: All ornamental and hardy herbaceous perennials to USDA zone 7, including some marginals where hardiness may vary by cultivar or strain. Tender herbaceous plants only hardy in USDA zones 8-10 only are covered in Hatch's Interior Plants (HIP) and that volume is free from a link to the right.

Access Rights: this is a private, subscription-only website so the URL must not be shared with others or posted for public use unless you purchase a Library license for single building use.

MIssion Statement: To be and remain the largest  and most complete catalog of horticultural varieties or cultivars of hardy herbaceous, garden perennials ever published in any medium.

Subscription Duration: You will receive access to all updates through December 31, 2023

Price:
$69.00 (digital download only - nothing in printed or mailed)