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Re: New member with a species pelargonium

  • Subject: Re: New member with a species pelargonium
  • From: "Maria C. Boza" mcboza@earthlink.net
  • Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2005 22:03:07 -0700

Species are exciting!  Once you get hooked, you'll never be the same.
You'll be doing things such as my husband Kurt and I did tonight: going
out into the garden with a flashlight to smell the night-scented P.
gibbosum.  And you'll be amassing in your pantry a collection of pots
with deceptively dead-looking plants that will suddenly start sending up
green shoots when they wake up from their seasonal sleep.  Some are
easier of course.  There are such beauties as P. sidoides and P.
reniforme.  Our P. reniforme is in bloom every single day of the year,
including Christmas.  We live in Sacramento.  Your conditions may
differ.  But the excitement probably won't.

Maria Boza

Larry Shone wrote:

>Hi all,=20
>I just wanted to say hi and share a pic of my pelargonium =
>dichondraefoloum in flower now!
>I believe it is not possible however to do so as only plain text can be =
>used(no www) so if anyone would like to see it simply email me and I =
>will mail the pics.
>In the meantime I hope to get more info on growing species pelargoniums =
>especially the caidiciform types, and any info will be gratefully =

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