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Re: taxonomy

LOL isn't that the truth.  There are so many botanical name synonyms that you 
practically need a book on just names with no info to get that straight.  
Have had discussions about various plants within a genus, just to find out in the 
end, that each of us using a different botanical species were indeed 
discussing the exact same plant.  COnfusing to say the least!!
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 8/6/2003 11:02:27 PM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

> And not being argumentive (is that a word?), agree that dna is the only
> real way to tell. Problem is the botanical/latin names are getting as
> confusing as the common names. 
> Donna

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