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1
 erecto-patent
Midway between erect and patent.
  Glossary Term  -   Found at:   GardenWeb Glossary

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 patent (alt. patulous)
Spreading, as do the branches of a tree; particularly at an angle of 26-45 degrees.
  Glossary Term  -   Found at:   GardenWeb Glossary

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 Aldridge Botanical Gardens
Aldridge Botanical Gardens, a 30-acre woodland garden featuring the genus hydrangea, was once the home of Eddie Aldridge, who patented the Snowflake Hydrangea, the signature flower of the Gardens.
  Directory Entry  -   Found at:   Gardens & Collections Directory

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 Earache remedies
Drop directly into the ear either vitamin A or vitamin E straight out of the capsule garlic oil or garlic juice Wonder Oil which is a patent medicine containing eucalyptus oil. Keep the ear warm with a hot water bottle or an infrared heat lamp.
  Frequently Asked Question  -   Found at:   Herbalism Forum FAQ Directory

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 What are the Pavement series of roses?
A German nursery introduced a series of roses to grow by the highways in Germany and when they were introduced in North America the names had to be changed because of patents laws. As they were designed for roads they called them 'Pavement'. All of t
  Frequently Asked Question  -   Found at:   Roses Forum FAQ Directory

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 Herbal teas for colds and flu
Different herbal remedies attack different symptoms of a cold or the flu, and some herbal composites treat several symptoms at the same time. German herbal companies have patented some excellent herbal mixtures for colds. They all are effective. T
  Frequently Asked Question  -   Found at:   Herbalism Forum FAQ Directory

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 patent stuff
       • Posted by: triple_b on Sat, Jun 23, 07 at 14:10
              • 39 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Sep 10, 07 at 20:33
I have mentioned Penny Lane twice on a different forum and the fact that I have a cutting I am trying to root. Twice I have had my wrist slapped over it, because of patent laws. What do you guys feel about all this stuff when it comes to propaga
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Rose Propagation Forum

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 Patented Plants
       • Posted by: jbest123 PA on Mon, Jul 16, 07 at 21:35
              • 101 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Jan 19, 14 at 0:33
Patents are good for 17 to 20 Years and can not be extended. Some plants like Crape Myrtle have 20 to 25 patents dating back to 1978. When a patent is soon to expire, there are changes made (some very minor) and a new patent assigned. My question
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Plant Propagation Forum

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 I'm Rooting Patented Plants...OH MY!
       • Posted by: echinaceamaniac 7 on Sun, Jun 8, 08 at 13:32
              • 24 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Jul 10, 08 at 23:46
Call the patent police! I can't help myself. I'm rooting some of every patented plant I bought this year! I rooted some Luscious Grape Lantanas. I bought one for my Aunt and I wanted one so sue me! I rooted 5 Dancing Flame Salvias. I bought one fo
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Plant Propagation Forum

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 Penalties for plant patent pirates
       • Posted by: PollyNY z5NY on Wed, Jun 1, 05 at 17:58
              • 22 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Jun 5, 08 at 19:21
I was just looking at the new issue of Garden Center, and there is an article on breeders cracking down on plant patent pirates. In it, it says that Proven Winners is taking a hard stance with growers found with illegal product. When they sell to
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Professional Gardener Forum

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 Can a sport of a patented plant be propagated or patented?
       • Posted by: tahota USDA-5 Sunst-2b on Thu, Sep 9, 10 at 9:08
              • 9 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Oct 6, 10 at 1:00
I have a sport of a patented plant that is vastly different from its parent (i.e. different color flower, different shaped flower, different and larger leaf, much more vigorous plant form). Can I propagate it? Additionally, I have several Euph
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Plant Propagation Forum

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 Patented Roses and propagation
       • Posted by: stampin_kerry on Wed, Mar 4, 09 at 21:41
              • 17 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Jul 16, 09 at 19:16
I'm new to the site, but I've been reading all the great info. about stem propagation--thank you everyone. One person mentioned that you shouldn't try to propagate roses still under patent. they went on to say especially/primarily if you want
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Rose Propagation Forum

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 what happens when propagating a patented tree
       • Posted by: whodaz on Sun, Nov 1, 09 at 21:17
              • 14 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Jan 1, 10 at 22:36
Hello there, I wanted to know if I purchase a tree from a Garden Center and I propagate it multiple times and have it planted in my yard but the tree has been patented.. what will happen? or you get in trouble when you propagate these trees for
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Plant Propagation Forum

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 Blueberries~ Which varieties are NOT patented?
       • Posted by: thoughts-from-jules 5 on Wed, Jan 23, 13 at 13:09
              • 12 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Feb 2, 13 at 20:14
We will be purchasing about 10 blueberry plants this coming spring and I would like to know which plant varieties are NOT patented. As I plan to propagate some cuttings to increase our blueberry plot over the next few years. I want to make sure
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Plant Propagation Forum

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 plant patent vs utility patent - daylilies ??
       • Posted by: sharrison on Sun, Jul 14, 02 at 14:32
              • 6 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, May 16, 03 at 17:26
I am interested in starting a hobby daylily breeding project. My question is whether or not daylilies are protected by utility patents (that prevent use a parents in hybridization) or just by plant patents that prevent asexual propagation for sal
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Hybridizing Forum

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 Question about Patents and Propagation
       • Posted by: DianaT z8 SC on Mon, Nov 3, 03 at 20:21
              • 9 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Nov 21, 03 at 13:56
Hi everybody, I seem to remember reading on another thread somewhere that David Austin patented only the names of his roses. Also I saw on some rose vendor's websites (can't remember whose)where they were selling DA's under their code name, ie:
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Rose Propagation Forum

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 Is Pink Lady still under patent?
       • Posted by: milehighgirl CO USDA 5B/Sunset 2B on Sat, Mar 15, 14 at 11:29
              • 13 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Mar 17, 14 at 9:25
I've been searching and can't find data on Pink Lady's patent. Am I just not looking thoroughly enough? http://www.uspto.gov/patft/ http://www.freepatentsonline.com Follow-Up Postings: Return to the Fruit & Orchards Forum
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Fruit & Orchards Forum

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 Heirloom Roses patented roses
       • Posted by: mlle_melanie 9a N.O.L.A. on Sat, Jun 15, 13 at 19:26
              • 12 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Jun 17, 13 at 19:51
As a new gardener and a new at-home mommy, I surf the internet all day looking at flowers, mostly roses. (Well that's not all I do, but I do it often.) Then I hop over to this forum to search for the roses I like, to see what the experts here ha
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Antique Roses Forum

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 Patents and Genes
       • Posted by: wallknight 5 on Tue, Aug 12, 08 at 11:23
              • 8 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Aug 21, 08 at 0:03
At the risk of starting another complex legal discussion, I have a question on propagating patented plants. Lets say I have two selections of the same pat. plant. Diablo Ninebark for example. If I sexually breed the two, would the seed sti
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Plant Propagation Forum

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 Questions about hybridizing and patents
       • Posted by: Storey z8b/9a TX on Tue, Oct 25, 05 at 20:17
              • 7 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Mar 4, 08 at 14:44
Hi All, I don't want to delve too deep into legal issues yet, but I'm curious about defining the step at which a new hybrid is far enough removed from the parent varieties to be classified as new and not covered under the original plant patent (
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Passiflora Forum

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