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Re: Moving Plants

  • Subject: Re: [IGSROBIN] Moving Plants
  • From: maria guzman <eulen@TAOSNET.COM>
  • Date: Sat, 12 Jan 2002 22:56:02 -0700

The only further advice I have to give is to unwrap them as soon as
possible after you arrive at your destination (S. Ca.?  I'm sure they'll be
quite happy there.)  Pellies start to go yellow after two or three days
without light.  But don't get frantic about it!


>Thanks for the advice, everyone.
>I am moving them in the pots, but there are hundreds of mostly miniature
>and dwarf zonal pelargoniums.  At least it is the cool time of year.
>Any other advice would be appreciated.
>Sandy Connerley
>from Eureka, CA to Grover Beach, CA

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