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Re: [IGSROBIN] members?

At 06:59 AM 1/15/99 -0000, you wrote:
>As requested, limited details of countries of members. With e-mail addresses
>often being international, such as the frequent "aol" it is difficult to
>know the whereabouts of the quieter members.

Hi, Geranium lovers,

I am a new member and normally one of the quieter ones. I am from the

I am only one year into gardening. Since our climate is tropical, I am not
so much into the hardy ones.

I presently have 2 scented varieties. A Clorinda and a Citronella (?). I
tried to germinate zonals from seeds my wife bought when we were in the SF
Bay Area. Only two came up. One died later and the other one started doing
very well after I added crushed marble into the potting mix. But
unfortunately, the puppy got to it.

I joined the list to learn in order to be more successful. After that I
hope to find sources of those beautiful varieties I see in pictures.

Metro-Manila, Philippines

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