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Re: HYB:AIS: knock knock-- who's Mego?

In a message dated 2/10/2006 9:55:29 PM Eastern Standard Time,  
flatnflashy@yahoo.com writes:

The Jan  Bulletin has a spread of seedlings on p.36 that are labled as Mego.  
Does  anyone know if Mego is a hybridizer or a cultivar?

Anton Mego is a hybridizer. The wonderful SLOVAK PRINCE is one of his. He  is 
from Slovakia; Aitken's Salmon Creek Gardens have introduced some of his  
stuff in the U.S. 
Spencer, NY, USA

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