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Stellar & crocks

I have just purchased a 3 Stellar's from a local nursery  - Easter Star I
have seen in Mia Esser's wonderful book, Chine is referred to on Ron & Wendy
Mitchell's list of miniature & dwarf pelargoniums, and Rimey.   Does anyone
know anything about these three, particularly Rimey as I can find no
reference to it?

Regarding Catia's comments about placing a net over the hole on the base of
pots, the late Jim Woods suggests, in his book, Pelargoniums, a complete
guide to their cultivation, placing a spent tea bag at the bottom of the
pot. The pelargonium is, apparently compatible with tannic acid.
Gwen Ward

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