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Re: Nursery selling Pelargonium species

  • Subject: Re: Nursery selling Pelargonium species
  • From: Robin Parer geraniac@PACBELL.NET
  • Date: Sun, 8 Jan 2006 11:55:32 -0800

Dear Anna:

We have small plants of Pelargonium radiatum as well as about 80 other
pelargonium species. Write to me at geraniac@pacbell.net and let me know
how I can help you.

Robin Parer
Geranaiceae Nursery

Anna Bouzyk wrote:

>Hi Group!
>  I am a new member of the list but have been a subscriber to IGS for some years. I relocated to Atlanta from England and am looking forward to re start my pelargonium and hardy geranium collection, as I had to give my plants away prior to moving.
>  I am also looking for nurseries especialised in Pelargonium species as I am hunting for Pelargonium radiatum. Can anyone help?
>  Thank you
>  Anna
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