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Re: species Pelargonium ID

  • Subject: Re: species Pelargonium ID
  • Date: Mon, 4 Aug 2003 19:04:33 EDT

Hi Mark,

I'm so glad that you & "3 Rivers" appear to have resolved that auxillary
business about terminology!!!

I'm just a novice also (& I haven't seen your picture, if you ever sent one),
but from your description, it sounds like you might have "Nutmeg", if is very
petite, & spicy fragranced!  Unlike some of the other scenteds that go wild
in the hot, dry So. Calif. climate, it seems to prefer cool, shady spots, so
that would make sense too (you're in Ireland, correct ???).

I'll go out & see if I still have a plant tag with the Latin name.

Good luck!!!  Regards,

Rita J.

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