Re: [Aroid-l] Trademark Names
thank you for your reply! I did not know that therwe is an International Nomenclature. I just saw, that Prowen winners usally do this. They protected these Oxalis varieties all over the world, and they started the patenting at one time both in Europe and in America.
Now I can look for the proper Amecican names (from Euro American Propagators catalogue): Oxalis 'Charmed Jade', 'Charmed Wine' and 'Charmed Velvet'.
I also do not urderstand if it is derived from O. triangularis why don't they use the proper name. This is the most annoying from all.
I can tell you, that we have asked many dutch perennial traders to send us a catalogue. We compared their lists and prices. And there were many plants just with a genus name without epitheton. There were just so many Graniums with a variety name, so the others were looking for an epitheton. Most of them were oxonianum, as they saw. But is it hard for the secretarys to type an epitheton? I do not think so, becouse we have more than 4000 perennials in our list. We hope it is correct, but this can cause many problems.
Tony, I'll read your article today. Now I have to go...
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Téma: Re: [Aroid-l] Trademark Names
You brought up an interesting point about names. Internationally, there can only be one valid cultivar name for a plant...not one for the US and one for Europe. The improper dual plant naming is caused primarily by people who either don't understand or are trying to illegally circumvent trademark law. I understand that the EU Plant Varieties Act actually requires a new plant to have a non-sensical cultivar name which isn't a real word. If so, this violates the entire spirit of the International Nomenclature Code. If this is true, I find it bizarre that members of the International Nomenclature Code committee haven't put an end to this terrible practice. Wilbert...feel free to chime in. If you would like to read more about this problem, you can find my article, The Trademark Myth at http://www.plantdelights.com/Tony/trademark.html
Tony Avent Plant Delights Nursery @ Juniper Level Botanic Garden 9241 Sauls Road Raleigh, North Carolina 27603 USA Minimum Winter Temps 0-5 F Maximum Summer Temps 95-105F USDA Hardiness Zone 7b email email@example.com website http://www.plantdelights.com phone 919 772-4794 fax 919 772-4752 "I consider every plant hardy until I have killed it myself...at least three times" - Avent
Agoston Janos wrote:
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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