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Re: naming plants

  • Subject: Re: naming plants
  • From: Ray W <wie1086@oh.verio.com>
  • Date: Sun, 05 Aug 2001 14:29:14 -0400

Or possibly both names taking you to the same photo?

not trying to make more work for you--just a thought!!


Hank Zumach wrote:

> Hi Bob--It seems to me that no matter which method of naming is used,  some
> confusion would result.  Would it be a problem to have a cross reference on
> varieties such as Elatior where there is some confusion?  It might be
> listed, WITHOUT photos, under the "E" section as 'Elatior" with a referral
> to see the listing "nigrescens 'Elatior'" WITH photos, under the "N"
> section.
> Hank Zumach
> Stoddard, WI

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