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End of my last message

Sorry my computer sent that last post without my permission. I don't know how, but Outlook Express crashed and when McAfee First Aid reactivated it the message I was working on was sent. The ending of the message was.........
It is highly likely that many of the sieboldiana sports are only distantly related, and should not be treated as sports of a single cultivar. Differences among them may be the result of different parentage.
Sorry if I caused any confusion there.
                                                                                                            ......Bill Meyer

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