Re: Pelargonium species w/fringed petals
Please to thank for me Carol Roller for informations about species with
My pelargonium is P. bowkeri.
De : Cynthia S. Lohry <Hedgehug@AOL.COM>
À : IGSROBIN@MAELSTROM.STJOHNS.EDU <IGSROBIN@MAELSTROM.STJOHNS.EDU>
Date : samedi 22 avril 2000 23:49
Objet : Re: Pelargonium species w/fringed petals
>I'm thinking that this was your question, but I inadvertently deleted the
>original e-mail. I forwarded your description of the unknown species to
>Carol Roller, President of IGS, who has extensive experience with growing
>species. Her reply was:
>"There are several species Pelargonium with fringed petals. You said the
>flowers are like P. schizopetalum but the foliage is moer like triste. P.
>caffrum has deeply divided foliage, but it is coarse. It is more likely
>the plant is P. bowkeri, which has deeply cut foliage somewhat similar to
>te. You said the color was yellow-green to brown-purple. My bowkeri had
>yellow-green at the base of the upper petals and the rest of the flower was
>purple. Mine only bloomed every five years."