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Re: [IGSROBIN] Brouwer - Geranium arboreum

Dear Robin:

Let us all know the results of your quest.  I think you might have to
apply to the National Park Service for a collecting permit. The plant
seems to need cool nights, warm days, some fog, which it gets when
Haleakala fills up through the Koolau Gap, and possibly conditions at
high altitude, c. 6-8,000'.  It is a fascinating plant, but not
particularly attractive from a horticultural standpoint.  The flowers
are small, and reddish-pink, and the plant is a tall, multi-trunk shrub.

Let me know if I can answer any more questions about it.

Robin Parer
Geraniaceae Nursery

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