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    Aaaah ha...genius finally recognized.

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    Sorry for the tardy reply. CONGRATS!!! William, all that hard work is truly beginning to pay off.
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    Congratulations! I'm so glad to see it published. A beautiful plant named for a beautiful man. Its a good recognition for a person who's given so much to the CP community.

    Now...where's that seed?
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    Again, thanks for the kind words. Seed should be forthcoming soon as my plants are flowering now, and the plant is a good seed setter. I did send seed to several commercial interests here and abroad, so I suppose it is possible that it will be available at some point. I need to write to them and let them know to change their labels.

    Lauderdale, it didn't take any genius to recognize a unique form. Copper, it took very little hard work to write the cultivar description and take a photo ;-) It was harder to determine what the plant actually was, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Tamlin Dawnstar @ April 09 2004,4:38)]Pondboy,

    The seedlings are likely to be D. spatulata "Kansai".
    Nah there leafs are too elongated to be D.tokaiensis, looks more like D.capensis I guess I should pot them up individualy before the U.subulata kills them! Lol.
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    Lol you forgot the space in my name!
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    D. capensis are a weed in my collection as well. Sorry about the name, I forgot you are spaced out.
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    hee hee...You walked into that one, Pond Boy!
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    YOU! Outta my gene pool!

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