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Re: HIST: Polling for Survivors

In a message dated 2/4/05 2:33:06 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
DFerguson@cabq.gov writes:

<<  There are several clones going around as 'Sambucina', but the one on your
 link looks like it could be the "real" one.  I didn't do any direct 
comparisons of your photo though.>>

It cannot be 'Sambucina"unless it has the characteristic fragrance for which 
the plant was named, the fragrance of the elder, Sambucus.
<< Another one that looks somewhat similar (but I think yours is not it) is 
'Sindjkha'.  I found this one in old yards in the se. corner of Virginia and 
ne. North Carolina, >.

I don't think that can be 'Sindjkha,' unless it is a really strange photo of 
it, or an atypical bloom. The veining is not correct at the center of the 

'Sambucina' and 'Sindjkha' are unlikely to be mistaken for each other because 
of the proportions of the plants. The latter is much larger, so far as I know 


Anner Whitehead
Richmond VA USA 

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