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Re: Getting started in hybridizing

Thanks so much for your letter on hybridizing!  That's a subject I've always been fascinated by, but have not yet been able to follow through since our lifestyle has been too mobile.
The more info. posted here the better as far as I'm concerned.


>Hi Catia and Group,
>    Hybridizing can be an exciting and rewarding experience.
>Sounds like Catia is ready to explore this dimension of pelargonium growing.
>    I have touched on the rock bottom basics here on getting started in
>hybridizing and I hope others will share their stories and ideas concerning
>this very interesting topic. More questions are welcomed and we can all learn
>more from those hands on experiences.
>     Lovely Day in Sunny San Diego
>    Cynthia Pardoe

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