Re: Colorful Miniature Pelargoniums
Thought I would respond to your comment as you mentioned us Brits.
I have just looked at this years Journals and the miniature show plants
which did well are:
BPGS Show: (The first three are singles and the second three are
Dame Anna Neagle
Kind regards and a Happy New Year.
I have Candy, had Keepsake, and have wanted to see Cheiko in real life.
Cheiko was by Parrett, and several similar ones were done at that time =
other hybridizers, like Bianca, Royal Norfolk, Tuddenham. I would love =
grow them all side by side for a comparison. Royal Norfolk is a very =
Re those that bloom like crazy, Francis Parrett, Little Alice, Elmsett, =
Elmsett, Pink Ice and Wendy Read come to mind.
I have quite a few blooming now, but not sure they would meet all the
requirements. I would add that a good plant is naturally compact.
Rigel is related to Orion as a very good one. I love reading the =
journals as they often have articles saying which plants of the =
hybridizers are their very best work. And, on some of the British =
they add to the description 'exhibition variety' and I think that means =
is probably a superior plant. However, the British pinch like heck and =
Kent Fenley <Fenleykent@AOL.COM> wrote:
The other miniatures that I had was Candy, Keepsake, Adele, Cheiko. =
would be a 10 and Adele would be a 1. Orion grows and flowers =
grows very slowly and flowers in spring but very little at other times. =
plant doesn't have a bloom it is hard for me to sell the plant.