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Re: amorpho titanium pollen !!!

  • Subject: Re: amorpho titanium pollen !!!
  • From: "Ron Iles" <roniles@eircom.net>
  • Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2001 15:11:52 -0500 (CDT)

I'll go away and try to sort the mess in the simple group I chose to keep.
Then scans of the defined plants can be put up on the Web for Reference.
Most cultivar "names" are illegitimate, except those direct from tissue
culture.   By the time they're in "Nurseries" & Florists, they have lots of
aliases & if they cross the pond by the time they get there, forged
passports.  No wonder they won't let 'em out of Countries where they're in
hiding.  It seems that every Spath cultivar that ever been born has had its
original name changed by its successions of owners. In comparison, the brave
new wave of Amorphophallod miscagenators are only just beginning their
cultural diversifying.  It seems even at this stage that in practice you are
surprisingly unsure of species?


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