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Re: Vancouver centennial

  • Subject: Re: [IGSROBIN] Vancouver centennial
  • From: Andrew Meek <a.meek@VIRGIN.NET>
  • Date: Thu, 4 Jan 2001 15:13:45 -0000
  • References: <20001224084039.RCMU16025.mta2-svc.virgin.net@maelstrom.stjohns.edu>

Hi Mia,
Are you the Mia Esser that has written a book on Pelargoniums?
Andy Meek (Birmingham England)
----- Original Message -----
From: Mia Esser <mia.esser@HETNET.NL>
Sent: Sunday, December 24, 2000 8:31 AM
Subject: Vancouver centennial

> Hallo readers of this list,
> For three weeks I joined the list. It was so quiet all the time but now,
> there you are.
> My name is Mia Esser and I am living in the North East part of the
> Netherlands were now, the day before Christmasday, a little snow is
> I'm interested in all plants of the Geraniaceae. Some Pelargoniums are
> growing with me, species and cultivars. Not so many as years ago. In the
> garden are lots of Geraniums and Erodiums.
> Maria, Vancouver Centennial is also one of my P cultivars . I don't know
> what is it's parentage but cuttings are growing well here. From this plant
> always take cuttings in spring from the new growth after pruning, put
> cutting in his own little 5 cm-pot (not in water), with mould en grit, and
> most of the cuttings are growing in three or four weeks.
> Do you have success with other Pelargoniums rooting in water?
> Wish everyone a merry Christmas,
> Mia

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