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Re: Re: Kansas City National - Spec & Spec-X #5

  • Subject: Re: Re: Kansas City National - Spec & Spec-X #5
  • From: Jim Murrain <jimmurrain@gmail.com>
  • Date: Mon, 25 May 2009 11:40:43 -0500

Actually, there were 3 spuria species blooming on Thursday and a
4th on Friday and Saturday. I. halophila, three clones of I. sogdiana,
I. graminea, and later I. sintenisii. All are actual spuria species.
Some botanists consider a couple to be subspecies but others disagree.
They were in my garden during the convention tours.

Favorite quote of the convention, " There are special plants
everywhere, even under other plants", Chinese visitor Wang.

Jim Murrain
8871 NW Brostrom Rd
Kansas City, MO 64152-2711

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