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[IGSROBIN] Scotland/Iceland Info Needed

  I'm going to the west coast of Scotland, from Glasgow and Edinburgh
and north, and would love to visit some Pelargonium nurseries or growers
on the trip. If anyone has any information, I'd appreciate it, including
address or phone or email if you have it.
  I'm also spending a few days in Iceland, where I'm told by the Tourist
Board that there is a surprising amount of gardening, though none of the
publications they sent me say anything about it. I'm especially
interested in what I'm told is a "botanic garden" in northern Iceland,
the town of Akureyri. Again, any contacts would be appreciated. I'm
leaving on June 29th, will be in Scotland until July 12th, then in
Iceland through July 15th.
  Adam Levine
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