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H ( montana) 'Mountain Snow'


Bob 
I realize that not everybody knows the rules for naming species and 
cultivars , that does not mean they dont exist or are unclear.
The rules for adding or not the species name are simple and can 
be read by everyone. 
A plant like H montana 'Mountain Snow' can be named as such but 
also H ' Mountain Snow'  I prefer the first one providing it is a true 
species. ( it is, the fact that it is found in the wild or in the garden 
does not make a difference ) So the best solution for the library 
would to have the few that are true species and have a cv name to 
add them twice to the list,  with and without the species name.
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
mintemp-16C(5F)
Zonneveld@RULbim.LeidenUniv.NL
Fax: 31-71-5274999
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