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Re: Pelfi 'Disco'

  • Subject: Re: Pelfi 'Disco'
  • From: Barry Roth <barry_roth@YAHOO.COM>
  • Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2004 17:38:14 -0700

This is interesting because it suggests that at least this big grower/supplier is not interested in enforcing plant patents once it has stopped producing the cultivar in question.  If they're recommending "getting it" from somebody who has it in the garden, they must be talking about propagating it by cuttings.

Snip away!


Hedgehug@AOL.COM wrote:
Thanks for all the info on Pelfi 'Disco'. I was able to contact Fischer and learned that it is no longer in production commercially and the only chance of getting it is through a gardener who still has it in their garden. Does anyone on the Robin happen to be growing it at this time?


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