Junior Citation Winners 2004

This award was established in 1950 to focus attention on new cultivars that appear to have outstanding qualities and distinction. It should be understood that this award does not necessarily imply good performance in various climates and soil types. In order to win, a cultivar may not have been registered prior to September 1 of the voting year, though it may have been pre-registered. Garden Judges must cast their votes only for cultivars personally observed growing in a garden. Votes are cast using either a seedling number or a pre-registered name. It must receive a minimum of 10 votes. Once a Junior Citation has been voted, the hybridizer has one year from notification to complete registration in order for the Junior Citation to be awarded.

2004 Winners

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