ID question A. xanlancianense

Marge Talt mtalt at HORT.NET
Tue Feb 4 09:57:30 CET 2003

> From: Gusman Guy <ggusman at ULB.AC.BE>
> Dear Marge Talt,
> Unfortunately, I cannot help you. This name was indeed used by
Chinese companies some years ago. I din't get plants under this name,
hence cannot guess what your seedlings are. If the donor could
provide a scan, I'd be pleased to help you identify, at least the
mother plant.

Thanks for your reply and your offer.  I'm only hoping the donor is
reading the list and will respond!

I am devouring your book:-)  What a joy it is to be able to see
photos of these plants with information about them.  The line
drawings for each section are excellent.  Already (and I'm certainly
not done reading it through for the first time) I have had so many
questions answered!  Thank you for the years of effort that I know
this book required!

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
mtalt at
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