[nafex] craetagus/crataegus

del stubbs pinewoodel at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 27 10:47:23 EST 2002


Hmmm, In my last post I spelled 'craetagus' for wild hawthorn -- a few 
minutes later I started reading an 1895 botany manual I was just given and 
saw 'crataegus'. I typed both into internet search engines and found both. 
Can anyone calrify? Here are examples if needed,
"craetagus"<http://csf.colorado.edu/sustainability/plants/sholto.html>
"crataegus"<http://www.bonsaiweb.com/care/faq/crataegus.html>

Thanks for the pear root experiment clarification Dean. It encourages me to 
do more with amelanchier. Del








Del Stubbs

ag zone 2/3

Pinewood Forge


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