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re: master catalog

Bob wrote: <<I've gotten rhizomes from lots of people, but very few of them
 know the names of the varieties. Is there a "master catalog",..>>

Don't we wish!  Some varieties are distinctive enough that they can be pretty
readily identified from a photo.  Others....well...That's why some on the
list server have suggested throwing them away if they can't be readily
identified - you will never be sure that the name you have is the right one. 

But you can always have your own 'pet' names if you decide to keep them - I
have Janet's purple (named for the friend who gave it to me), 'that gilt
white one', the 'old timey cream', etc.

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com e tenn usa

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