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Graham Rice reports the misreporting on this story:

"The recent sale of a single snowdrop - Galanthus plicatus 'E. A. Bowles' - for a world record £357 ($576) on eBay has collapsed into confusion. Apart from the madness of paying that much for an admittedly lovely variety, in just a few days all sorts of mistakes about this simple story have appeared in Britain’s newspapers and on blogs. Its origins, the grower, the seller, its price, the destination of the funds - all have been wrongly reported."

http://transatlanticplantsman.typepad.com/transatlantic_plantsman/2011/02/snowdrop-bulb-sold-for-357-576.html

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