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Hardy Geraniums

Dear Suzy,

I noted with interest that you're working at Asiatica. It's a wonderful
nursery, and Barry and Andy are extremely knowledgeable.  Please say
hello to them for me.  I, too, am primarily interested in hardy
geraniums.  I have a website at www.freeyellow.com/members/geraniaceae,
and have had a nursery for the last 16 years devoted to hardy geraniums.
You may be interested to know of The Geraniaceae Group.  The
address for membership is to write to Ms. Penny Clifton, Membership
Secretary, The Geraniaceae Group, 9 Waingate Bridge Cottages,
Haverigg, Cumbria LA18 4NF ENGLAND.  They have an excellent seed list
available to members, and are well worth joining.  The Hardy Plant
Society, Mid-Atlantic Group, also have a hardy geranium section, and the
Convener is Leslie Grayson from Grayson Gardens.  They are a wonderful
group, very enthusiastic and growing lots of interesting hardy


Robin Parer

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