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The common names of plants will, presumably, always be with us in some form or other, because they are easier to relate to and roll off the tongue better than the corresponding scientific names of plants.In an informal setting, who would be pedantic enough to prefer Cerastium tomentosum as a handle to the much more romantic "snow-in-summer"?In fact, some botanical names are downright ugly.