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Donna and Neil and Julius 
 Thank you very much for your help. I don't think in terms of going into the 
archives, but will do so in future before bothering the list.  Anyway, on now 
to the challenge of getting the proper names into use - today Florida, 
tomorrow the world!

I keep an eye on three of our local availability listings, and can cause the 
names under which things get into those to be correct, even if the nurseries 
themselves are reluctant then not too concerned to pass the word on to their 
customers. It does work (slowly) however, and I can look back on a fair 
amount of success in giving people at least a reliable list to turn to for 

Anyway, thank you again.


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