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Re: testing?

Hi Maria,
Yes it has been a long time. I was wondering the same thing actually. Glad
to see there is somebody else out there.Any way, Merry Christmas to all and
of course a happy  & prosperous New Year with lots of Geraniaceae plants to
drool over .
I'm rather exited at the moment as I have a nice little seedling that has
just flowered and gives great promise. It is a cross between P.rodneyanum
(as the pollen parent ) and P. havlasae. I was lucky last year as they
flowered at the same time. Usually havlasae has finished before rodneyanum
Geraniaceae is all around the world
mail to:SCRIVENS@bigpond.com
-----Original Message-----
From: maria guzman <twister@3RIVERS.NET>
Date: Friday, December 22, 2000 3:42 PM
Subject: testing?

>Hello all:  I have just resubscribed to the list since I haven't received
any mail for ..... I've lost track but it's been months.  I figured I was
dropped somehow.  What is happening or is everyone sleeping the winter away
like a bear?
>And when does the winter "Geraniums Around the World" arrive, or am I being

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