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Re: Shepherd's Warning

Peter Brouwer wrote: << I have some geranium sanguineum var.
lancastriense (striatum) seedlings. These are identical to sanguineum
'Shepherd's Warning'. Does anyone know the origin of 'Shepherd's
Warning'? >>

Hi Peter here is what I have in my flies on Shepherd's Warning:

1) from my own records:
G. sanguineum "Shepherd's Warning"
flower deep pinkish red
classification cf Yeo: Geranium/Sylvaticum/Sanguineum
plant 25 cm, with flowers up to 50
English origin / selection

2) from <http://www.plantdel.com/catalogs/plantdel/plantdel.p51.xtml/>:
<< Low growing native perennial, with small dark deeply lobed leaves.
lFowers magenta pink, May-Oct. Height 15cm spread 60cm. Best in full sun
well drained soil. >>

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