|Originator(s)||Arthur Wrede/Roger Smith|
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One Arthur intended to name and in fact had a small TC batch made of is the one he had numbered 114. Roger Smith has taken up the gauntlet and chosen a name for the poor nameless 114. He has called it 'Otter Point' after a nearby freshwater marsh wildlife preserve that Arthur used to visit, where river otters frolic.
Not much is known about 'Otter Point' the plant. The parentage was lost but surely is complex. One thing is sure - it was one of a very few Arthur thought highly of.