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Re: hardened spiney petioles GetW

Hi there Pete,

I have Edition IV, but issue 3 of it dated 1998.  I spoke to Richard who
tells me that it is available to you for 9, including free surface mail
transmission.  Hope that helps.

Incidentally, with your interest in caudiciform plants, have you followed
the articles in the New Plantsman by Anthony Rodriguez?  The latest
includes a section on Geraniaceae, including some nice illustrations of
Pelargonium sp. and Sarcocaulon burmannii (ex Curtis).  It includes a very
nice picture of P. cotyledonis on Turks Ridge, St Helena.

Happy Christmas to you and yours.

(P. auritum auritum is flowering well today)
Best Regards,
David Victor

Saxifragaceae, Geraniaceae, Arisaema, Cape bulbs, Paeonia, Salvias, Irids
and anything else that is beautiful

Hockliffe, Bedfordshire, England, UK
Zone 7      

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