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Re: [IGSROBIN] P boranense

That's not fair Ingrid.  I know that it is on the Geraniaceae Group's list
as the MOST WANTED.  It is certainly on mine.  Said to be one of the
largest flowers of the Family.
For a pic. go to my site:
<A HREF="www.users.bigpond.com/SCRIVENS/pelpicgaly2b.html"Picture Gallery
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Geraniaceae is all around the World

> From: Ingrid <alfmike@ALGONET.SE>
> Subject: Re: P boranense
> Date: Tuesday, 20 April 1999 6:45
> >Hello Ingrid,
> >I thing this Pel. is on everyone's MUST HAVE list.   Bit where does one
> >their hands on seed?  I thought I had once from the G. Group but the
> >was incorrectly identfied.  What a disappointment.^
> >Regards
> >Alby
> >Geraniaceae is all around the World
> >mailto:SCRIVENS@bigpond.com
> ><http://www.users.bigpond.com/SCRIVENS>
> >
> >----------
> >> From: Ingrid <alfmike@ALGONET.SE>
> >> Subject: P boranense
> >> Date: Monday, 19 April 1999 8:20
> >>
> >> Hello again,
> >>
> >> Yes, I confess, I haven't been online for a day or so :-))) so now I
> >> making up for lost time! Caught redhanded as you might say :-))) which
> >> doesn't mean I am catching up with my e-mails...no way!
> >>
> >> Just stumbled over P boranense..has anyone it growing at home? Looks
> >be
> >> a tuberous rooted pel, but that's about it :-))) ignorance rules here!
> >>
> >> All the best from Ingrid in Sweden ( one good thing about snow, you
> >> see any slugs...! Thanks for all the info Andrew :-)))!
> Hi Alby,
> Stumbled over it at a nursery in Germany..or rather I got two of each
> variety he had as they weren't that expensive nor large either. Is there
> picture somewhere? It looks like it has a strong healthy stem ..... seed?
> With luck..that's why I got two. Otherwise ol' Scrooge here will buy only
> one :-)))
> Why is it on everybody's must list? Pel cortusifolium is on mine :-)))
> All the best from Ingrid in Sweden..cold, wet ... but better weather
> promised for Thursday.....hoping!!!

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