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Re: [IGSROBIN] pel cotyledonis + Apricot

Hi, Ingrid,

glad to hear that you have a wonderful pellie year! Some of my seedlings from
March are now really flowering (P. barklyi) - with very long flower stalks!
They, too, have had much water during the last days, but like my haworthias
they seem to cope with this situation.
I also have my 3 sarcocaulons outside (Geraniacea - a really addictive drug!
My Mum loves Geranium (BTW: Her Adenium is flowering, too!!)and I Pelargonium
and Sarcocaulon).

About P. dimeierii "Apricot". This "alien" is in the catalogue of Stegmeier.
Following facts are my own translation from Germany, and I am not quite sure,
if they match the international Pelargonium vocabulary ;-). They are
miniature zonal pelargoniums (< 13 cm) with a simple apricot-colored flower
and intensive green leaves + zonal ring.

See You!


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