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Re: 1001 Pelargoniums

Dear Pelly friends,

As everyone seems to be so interested in the book 1001 Pelargoniums by Hazel
Key, I thought it might be a good idea to mail the publisher. They mailed me
back and said that publication is now scheduled for April 2000. So let's see
if that will work out then. 

Jip Bieräugel,Alkmaar Holland

At 10:57 27-1-2000 -0500, you wrote:
>The publishers of 1001 Pelargoniums were taken over last summer and=20
>this has led to more delays. Their latest catalogue has it scheduled=20
>for "Spring 2000" at =A317.99 although I think a Dutch language edition=20
>will also be available.
>Graham Rice
>>Hi all,
>>=20                I was wondering if anyone had any information about
>>the book "1001 Pelargoniums" by Hazel Key. Apparently is was
>>supposed to be available in January, but the month is almost up
>>and I haven't seen it anywhere.
>>Ronald Leger
>>*  rleger@email.com                      *
>>*  ICQ# 6561520                          *
>>*  http://www.total.net/~legerr          *

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