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Re: What did best?

At 01:09 PM 02/10/98 -0400, you wrote:
>At 08:03 AM 10/2/98 EDT, you wrote:
>>Please explain the controversy surrounding golden prayers. 
>I may be wrong, but I think the two plants that are supposed to be
>identical are Golden Medallion and Golden Prayers.  There was a discussion
>on the AHS robin about a year ago, and I think it was decided that if you
>had originator's stock of both that you had bought years ago, you could see
>a definite difference; otherwise, most people felt that the plant now in
>the trade being sold as either one was actually Golden Medallion.  Maybe
>Ran or Clyde will remember this discussion better than I.

The two plants involved in the mix up are 'Golden Prayers' and 'Little
Aurora'. There is suppose to be a 'Golden Prayers West' that is the true

Happy Gardening

John Kee
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