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Judy's Order


Hi Judy,

Last night was the Sacramento Geranium Society meeting and the speaker was
Donn Reiners who also grows primarily minis and dwarfs.  I asked him about
the best blooming and he said ?Flaming Katy? and he had one there that was
very nice.  I also noticed his ?Delta? that was compact and lovely and may
try to get one in the future and his ?Twodees? is beautiful.

Your order sounds wonderful.  He had ?Baby Harry? at the meeting as well.

Donn acclimatizes his newly arrived plants on receiving the order, then
grows them for awhile, potting them on when ready.  Then, he takes cuttings
for new plants so that he can train them the way he wants them to grow.  In
the meantime, he has watched the original plant to see how it wants to grow
on its own, i.e., compact, leggy.

Looking forward to your reports on how you like them after you have grown
them for awhile.

Would love to know which plants you are now growing are your favorites and
why.

Sandy





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