Re: [IGS] Geraniums versus Pelargoniums


Garden Nut wrote:
>
> Diana:
>
> Basically geraniums have a different flower type and leaf shape.
> They are hardy perennials in the cooler climates while
> Pelargoniums have succulent stems, a showier flower and are
> tender plants needing warmth year-round.  Please go to the
> International Geranium Society website to see the difference
> between geraniums and pelargoniums:
>
> http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/2822/index.html
>
> This reminds me.  I'd love to have everyone visit our website.
> If you have pictures to contribute that would help educate the
> public, or would like to write a brief article about the geranium
> family in your part of the world, I'd be pleased to put the
> information on a webpage.
>
> Diana Pederson, Michigan, Zone 5, United States
> SUITE101 Editor:  http://www.suite101.com/topics/page.cfm/262
> Home page:
> http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres/1945/index.html

Thanks so much for the reply, Diana, but I've posted a clarification of
my origional post.
I know the diff of pels and geraniums.  This customer was concerned with
pels.  Read on, I'm sure you'll come across the post.
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Port Angeles, WA  98362
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