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As a newbee, I am trying to understand your
abbreviations in the id of plants. Back in the 60's
I majored in Botany but that was a long time ago.
Things like spp and cvs etc. thanks
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spp refers to the plant being a species ie. not hybridized or bred and I believe cvs refers to the plant being a cultivar or cultivated version of the species.
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Hi Perry and welcome! Hope you come back to talk to us.
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