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OT: The Name Game

From: Irisborer@aol.com

<<Dianthus Double>>

Isn't there some kind of commandment or something "Thou Shalt Not Use Another 
Plant's Name"??

No disrespect intended.  

This is to say that I don't believe you can use the name of a plant when 
naming another plant....  Even if you were to name it Moby Grape.

Or is that only effective when the plant name is the last word in the name??

Or if the month ends in "y"

Never mind.

Back out to 'digging' (which requires a pick, due to the lack of rain these 

Kathy Guest  in E. Aurora, NY who has to go to a fancy dinner party tonight 
and all she wants to do is continue to swing that pick and get feelthy

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