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Re: tax help - commercial names

> Chris, thanks for the info.  I have always used the RHS database at:
> rather than the Plantfinder.  This will be very handy.  Does it contain 
> everything in the book?  

As far as I can tell, yes.  

> I see the 2006-7 edition is available, but if it 
> is all online I won't need to buy it.

I just received mine in the mail yesterday from the UK along with two
other RHS publications:  Clematis and Propagating Plants.  The Clematis
one seems to be mostly eye candy, but I haven't looked at it in-depth.
Propagating Plants looks great so far!


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