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Re: TB: Frustrated, explain this one to me

In a message dated 4/26/03 8:04:03 PM Pacific Daylight Time, 
showtime@bbtel.com writes:

> cathy,
> Now, I bet that's what happened!  A European registered plant wouldn't have
> automatically been kicked.  That is the hybridizer name on the Bajazzo I
> thought I wanted to order.
> So what happens now to the European Bajazzo?
> Christian
> ky

The registrars will resolve the name conflict but flounced Bajazzo sounds 
good to me. Unfortunately mine was a storm victim so it will be next year 
before I see it up close and personal sigh...

Cathy Campi, Stockton Ca.

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