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Hi, I'm working on a list of plants for our nursery for 2006. I like
Lychnis x arkwrightii 'Orange Gnome'. They've listed its common name as
Maltese Cross which I'd prefer to use just for Lychnis chalcedonica
varieties. L.c. is one of the parents, but I can't find out who the
other parent(s) might have been. Anyone know? I'm inclined to use one of
L.c.'s lesser known common names for it rather than the boring
Arkwright's Campion. Fireball sounds good. Whatcha think?


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