drdawg said: I don't quite understand why someone patents a plant and why it would be a clone,
drdawg said:I have no thoughts about doing anything with this plant, other than growing it for my enjoyment. I might try to contact Fred (I assume he is still living?) and see if he has any records going back to the 1970's.
This just came to mind. Since this plant was obtained in the 70's, and the patent was not until 1982, would my division still be a patented plant? How about it, lawyer friends?
drdawg said: I will now have three "old-timey" plants, all divisions of plants purchased from Stewart in the 70's. No one else may think so, but I think that's kind of neat. An old guy with old plants.
I again apologize for the picture confusion. I just liked it.