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[Aroid-l] black zantha

Dear Marek,
Your Zantadeschia might be Anneke. (Picture attached.)
It is common, that if a variety is protected, 2 names are given to a variety, one for America and one for Europe. A man in Hungary is breeding Oxalis. He have got 3 new varieties. Oxalis triangularis Xalis (TM) 'Black Velvet', 'Frosted Jade', and 'Burgundy Wine', but in America they are called different (now I cannot remember).
And that is another funny thing if a breeder is coming out with a new variety in 1-3 years time many other look alikes will be introduced too under a different name and usally it is not protected.
Who has got the Aroids book. What is your opinion about the book? Did you ever ordered anything from Timber Press?

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