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Re: TB: Frustrated, explain this one to me


The first thing to do is to verify that both cultivars are actually
officially registered with the same name.  If there are two identical names
registered then the Registrar may likely contact the hybridizer of the
newest plant and request that the hybridizer choose an alternate name. This
may even be as simple as adding a prefix or suffix to the name. This change
of name status would then be published in the Check List.  It may also be
possible that one of the plants is not registered and is simply being sold
under a "garden" name.  You should advise the Registrar of this situation to
see if it indeed exists (2 plants with same name).


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----- Original Message -----
From: "Showtime Farm" <showtime@bbtel.com>
To: <iris@hort.net>
Sent: Friday, April 25, 2003 7:21 AM
Subject: [iris] TB: Frustrated, explain this one to me

> Hi, yall
> I was flipping through this years Schreiner's catalog and noticed a LA
> Bajazzo.  Now, having just sent out an order which included a Bajazzo I
> a bit annoyed because I do NOT want any LA.  So I quick e'mail the
> distributer and ask for a substitution, scratching my head all the way
> because I know I don't even look at LA, so how could i have gotten one all
> the way on my order.
> Then, just to check that it was them who made the mistake and not me, (of
> course I'm infallible <g>) I pop back into their site and look it up under
> the Tall section.  Lo and behold there's a TB Bajazzo that's SA and even
> worse a totally different color from the LA version.
> But tell me how this happened?  I thought you weren't supposed to be able
> have two cv with the same name.
> Christian
> ky
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