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Re: `Mr.Wren´

> Olaf Enderlein wrote: << I´m a student of horticulture in Dresden, Germany. I work on a report of the genus of Pelargonium. I´m looking for data about the variety `Mr. Wren´. How old is this variety? Where and when was found it? Who is the grower of `Mr. Wren´? Are there informations in the literature somewhere? I was very happy, if somebody could help me.  Thank you very much. >>

Hello and welcome to theis list Olaf!
Here is what I have in my files about P. x hortorom "Mr. Wren":
A single flowered normal sized Zonal (P x hortorum cultivar type), not
raised but found as a seedling with typical flowers in the garden of a
guy called Mr Wren who lived in the state of Connecticut, USA. The
flower is pinkish-orangee with a distinct broad white edge. I do not
have a date on this cultivar, hopefully some one else knows this.
Mimy Sluiter
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