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COMP: Plant Record Software

  • Subject: [iris-photos] COMP: Plant Record Software
  • From: John Jones <jijones@usjoneses.com>
  • Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2001 21:31:40 -0800

I got this email the other day. I have *NO* idea whether it is any good
or not. Anyone out there know anything about it?


> Dear Plant Enthusiast:
> Looking for a good way to organize your plants?  Want to keep
> track of first and last blooming dates?  How about an easier
> way to prepare seed lists, checklists, or accession reports
> that show the details of your plant collection?
> If you have lots of plants, you'll appreciate how helpful
> The Compleat Botanica software for personal computers can be.
> Visit www.CrescentBloom.com and see for yourself what today's
> plant database software looks like.
> Organizing, sorting, filtering, and reporting collections of
> specimen like yours is what The Compleat Botanica does best.
> The built-in botanical name spell-checker keeps your lists accurate.
> The taxonomic hierarchy gives you automatic family name lookups.
> With over 45 customizable fields, this database can accommodate
> your specialized needs: natives/aliens, propagation, climate zones,
> height/spread, pictures, acquisition/pricing, and much more.
> Everyone needs help organizing.  The Compleat Botanica is simply
> the most comprehensive and affordable botanical software available
> for personal computers.
> And from now until November 30, 2001 the price has been reduced to
> just US$ 99.00.  Go to www.CrescentBloom.com/OrderDesk/November2001/
> to obtain this special direct e-mail pricing.
> Joe Honton

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