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Scented Pelargoniums repotted

  • Subject: Scented Pelargoniums repotted
  • From: Kent Fenley Fenleykent@AOL.COM
  • Date: Sat, 4 Jun 2005 07:27:51 EDT

I just repotted citronella and some other scented pelargoniums from a 41/2
inch pot to a 7 inch pot. The tall plants I put a bamboo trellis behind the
plant and gently weaved it into the trellis for a very oriental look. I hope that
will help to sell these vigorous plants. Does anyone else have ideas to create
interest in scented pelargoniums?

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