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Re: help with P. Auracana

  • Subject: Re: help with P. Auracana
  • From: maria guzman mirror@3RIVERS.NET
  • Date: Sun, 29 Jun 2003 19:47:06 -0600

Try asking at:  pelargonium@yahoogroups.com   There are a number of
botanists and other knowledgeable subscribers.  I've never heard of P.
araucana, only the Chilean pine and a breed of chicken with that name.


>Hello there!
>I am hoping someone out there has some culture tips for my P. Auracana.  I
>can't find any info on this plant.  I just purchased it at the L.A. IGS
>show at Descanso Gardens last month and it seems to be dying on me.  Here
>are the symptoms:
>Leaves turning brown around edges and curling inward to point of dropping off.
>Almost all the leaves are gone!  I had transplanted it when it was healthy
>to a clay pot with good draining soil mix with sand and perlite.  Any
>pointers out there would be greatly appreciated.
>Alex Perez
>Pasadena, CA USA

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