The US-American George W. Campbell (1817-1898) was a well-known horticulturist and garden architect. He owned a small vineyard in Delaware, Ohio, where he experimented with the breeding of new grape varieties. In the last third of the 19th century, Campbell created, among others, the varieties Campbell Early, Oberon and Triumph (1).
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