I think there should be some discussion of issues like variety names and provenance as there is quite a lack of understanding in most gardeners. As I had a seed farm and am a vegetable breeder I may have more of a beef with things that happen in the seed saving and selling industry.
The reason I am bringing this up is that on Facebook today there was someone showing off a tomato variety that I am pretty sure is misnamed by a seedling seller. Some seed and plant sellers are well known for misnaming seeds and plants just so they can market them as exclusive to them (looking at you Diggers), but what many people don't realise that many old seeds are renamed and called F1 hybrid even when they aren't just for exclusivity reasons too. This has been happeing for more than a hundred years but it seems to be getting worse the last couple of decades.
I belive that looking at provenance (beginning and history) of any variety is very important to stop the problem of some varieties having a heap of names, which is a big problem with tomatoes and beans in particular, and the problem of deliberately misnaming is really disrespectful to the breeder of that variety.
There has always been accidental misnaming by gardeners when they get seeds from their aunt, friend etc and since they don't have the correct name they just call it 'Aunt Jessicas blue tomato', and when they share seeds they write that on the packet and other people think that is the corect name. This is how the variety gets a dozen names over time and gardeners end up with three of the same variety when they go and buy seeds from a few different companies.
When a gardeners puts a heap of work and time into developing a new variety only for a seed company to rename it and stop people from understanding where it comes from originally. We independent breeders don't make money from or put legal restrictions on our varieties but we are proud of them and want people to know about our efforts.
I'm not sure that home gardeners care but the issues with renaming do sread and make it hard for everyone. All I want is for people to be a bit more carefull with their seed saving, and where they get their seeds from.