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[IGSROBIN] what's in a name?

Dear All,

Simple question for you. Since it is the height of the season for Regals
I just thought I'd raise the question now. I had thought they were
derived from P. cucullatum and P. grandiflorum. Is that wrong? They are
sometimes referred to as forms of P. x domesticum. Since I do not know
maybe somebody can tell me if P. domesticum is a real species or if it
is a made-up name?

San Diego, California

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