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Re: Lotus qstn

> I'm betting they're not after a true lotus, but the Proven Winner Lotus 
> here:
> http://www.provenwinners.com/plants/default.cfm?doSearch=1&searchKeywords=lotus

I agree (for what *that's* worth).  :)

My first thought when I read Kitty's post was that Lotus corniculatus 
would look nice in that color combination and would tolerate the same 
conditions, but I couldn't see the tie-in to 'Lotus nelumbo'.

So, like you say, maybe she meant a true Lotus species after all (not 
Nelumbo) and doesn't have the specific epithet right.


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