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Re: Latin

I wasn't going to "join this string" but can't help adding a reference:
Stearn, William T., Botanical Latin, Timber Press,  Published 1966
It has quite a long discussion on  "The Latin Alphabet and Pronunciation"
However it was originally published in UK.
Not as good as the reference to Fine Gardening Magazine--what a great

Lois Cook in Northern California
where it is SPRING or least looks
like it with tulip trees, almond, cherry,
early plum, pansies, and 2 iris in my garden--
Set Sail and Halloween Pumpkin

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