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RE: Stromanthe sanguinea "Tricolor"

Must be due to Jim's label making friends.... they are not changing the name
till they deplete their stock.


> There was an article about it in this month's TAG. The name change was
> deliberated something like 5 years ago, then accepted and is in use by
> universities and such, but has not yet made it to the market. Hard to
> tell if it will be accepted in the nursery industry yet. The regularly
> available Cimicifugas were changed years ago to Actea, but I have yet to
> see one labeled Actea.
> Kittty

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