Variegation - Enough already

steven hart
Mon, 29 Aug 2011 17:21:56 PDT
I agree Ina, I thought this site was to share knowledge, experience &
discussion not just plants & photographs.
Please someone tell me if i have misunderstood what the PBS site is for ?  I
wouldn't want to be the one to spoil a private club !

I joined because i was told how lovely & helpful everyone is. PBS
offers potentially many hundreds of years of collective knowledge within
members. I offered no wrong or wright explanation in the first place, so i
don't understand why i would be accused of spreading misinformation. As i
explained in the first place, i have no experience with variegated clivia
, i only offered an experience i had in life, some "possible" answers & what
i thought would be a cool experiment to try. Most members seem happy to
share their knowledge to help others enjoy a greater understanding, we are
not all scientists or scholars, though we all deserve the right to strive,
to learn & share our experiences too.

O what a joy it must be to the people who are always wright : -)

On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 3:39 PM, Ina Crossley <> wrote:

> Actually, yes for the knowledgeable ones, Google would be fine, but I
> have found the botanic discussion enlightening.  Being not one of the
> knowledgeable ones, I would not even have thought of Googling it, would
> have thought it always is virus.  I think I have thrown out a bulb which
> quite possibly was not virused and as I not likely to be able to get
> another one of the kind, that is a pity.
> Ina Crossley
> On 30/08/2011 9:25 a.m., James Waddick wrote:
> > Dear PBS friends,
> >       It pains me to write this, but this is NOT a botany site.

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