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Re: species

  • Subject: Re: species
  • From: "Rejean Millette" <bomil@total.net>
  • Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2002 17:10:40 -0500

I want that list too.

Reggie D. Millette
President
Quebec Hostas and Hemerocallis Society
bomil@total.net

----- Original Message -----
From: <LemkeIowa@aol.com>
To: <butch.graves@sev.org>; <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Sent: Thursday, February 21, 2002 2:34 PM
Subject: Re: species


>
> In a message dated 2/20/02 1:58:57 PM, butch.graves@sev.org writes:
>
> <<
>
>     I am a volunteer at the Toledo Botanical Gardens.  we have an hosta
area
>
> for species.  Can anyone tell me
>
>     how many species of hosta exist??  We are trying to get as complete a
>
> collection as possible; however I
>
>     think we already have some listed as species that are not.  Thanks for
the
>
> help.
>
>
>     butch graves
>
>     Sylvania, OH
>
>  >>
>
> Mr. Graves,
>
> Please let me be the first to request a copy  of  your list of Species
when
> you have it compiled. I do not have the mental capacity to wade through
that
> mess.  I see in todays e-mail where Zonneveld says there are 23 good
hostas.
> HUMMMN.  In the Hosta Library there is a list of 40 compiled by Clyde
> Crockett.  Following it is a "This is a list of all species and authors"
> submitted by Zonneveld. From here, let us go to page 19 and 20 0f the
Hosta
> Handbook where we have a list of 39 hosta species by Maekawa. On page
21and
> 22  we find 43 species by W. George Schmid. Which is followed by 16
botanical
> varieties or forms? This is followed by 31 species that were reduced to
> cultivars. Surely there must be other lists somewhere.
>
> I to, at times, become quite listless.  During one on those moments I
sorted
> out three lists: They are 81 Registered Species, 19 Specie unregistered.
and
> 51 Specie mutations.  The list needs to be shook up again and see where
each
> one might be classified. I have put the job of sorting out the 'Good
Species'
> The 'Bad Species' etc. on the back burner.  Now is the time for those
experts
> on this subject to step forward and give us their list of species.  Come
on
> now, let us all shine a little light on the subject.
>
> Mike Lemke
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