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Re: [IGSROBIN] Hardy Geraniums - Need to do presention. Help!

Hello Lillian,

If you wish, you may use any of the Geranium pictures on my site.
Geraniaceae is all around the World
> From: Lillian Champion <Liliaceae4@AOL.COM>
> Subject: Re: Hardy Geraniums - Need to do presention.  Help!
> Date: Saturday, 6 February 1999 10:37
> In a message dated 2/5/99 12:25:47 AM Pacific Standard Time,
> geraniac@PACBELL.NET writes:
> > Let me know if I can answer any questions for you.
> >
> Hi Robin
> Thank you for your kind offer.  Do you (or anyone else on this list)
happen to
> know of any one who has some Hardy Geranium Slides I could rent.  I am
doing a
> Program on Flower Gardening In the Shade for our local Garden Club.  This
> should be a very popular program as we all live under tall pines and
> with shade.  I need about 10 to 20 slides of some of the more shade
tolerant &
> showy Geraniums.  Perhaps
> wallichianum (which does super here), or sylvaticum or some oxonianum
> which also do very well here.  Clarence Druce and Johnsons Blue also do
> here.  Any other suggestions would be appreciated. I also have a blue
> pyrenaicum which does well here, however, it wasn't old enough to bloom
> don't know how showy it will be.
> Also any suggestions would be appreciated especially regarding any other
> presentation mediums other than slides.  There are a lot of Geranium
> on the web which would be great, but I think I would need to get
> from lots of people which would be difficult and then would  have to lug
> computer and probably some other equipment to the meeting.
> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
> Lillian

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