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Heritage Pelagargonium info


Hello,

I have just been subscribed to the IGS ROBIN, and have a few questions
about heritage Pelargoniums.

What named varieties would have been available in 1900?
 Which scented P's ?

The local Botanical Gardens is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its
Lord & Burnham Conservatory. For the Gardens' Rare & Unusual Sale in
May, I want to provide a number of pellies that would have been shown in
that year.

Could anyone suggest a source of multiple plants, if not wholesale of
heritage varieties?

TNX

Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo, NY





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