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Re: 'Vancouver Bicentennial'

Interesting. The plant came from the San Diego Cactus and Succulent Society
and was probably mislabeled.  I appreciate the correction.  I'm mostly into
the species pellys and have little knowledge of the hybrids.  How would one
contact Mr.. Gillam?


Phil Bunch (San Diego Area Sunset Zone 23)

>It's actually 'Vancouver Centennial' not Bicentennial.  Did your plant
>originate from Grandview Nurseries?  They have preprinted labels that are
>incorrect. (One of my tasks at the LA show and sale last year was to mark
>all the Bi's on the labels before the sale opened)
>Have you tried writing to Ian Gillam directly and inquiring?
>Cynthia Lohry

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