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Re: Leaf Color

  • Subject: Re: [IGSROBIN] Leaf Color
  • From: Demetria Shew <DMadrone@AOL.COM>
  • Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2001 09:48:55 EDT

In a message dated 10/26/2001 9:51:49 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
sandym@NORTHCOAST.COM writes:

 Do you hybridize?  If so, what? >>
I haven't for years, because I don't have anyplace to keep geraniums
overwinter.  But I would like to start again...interested in crossing fancy
leaf A Happy Thought and Pink Happy Thought with the gold leaves that have
red/rust centers.  I used to use one of Miller's plants (good heavens, I
forgot the name!) but now have a new one...will have to go out and find the
name for you, sorry!

I just enjoy crossing fancy leaved geraniums.  Never very many, but it is
such great fun to watch the first leaves come on and watch for color!  I also
use fancy leaved geraniums in my classes when we talk about plastids and
organelles within the cell that have their own DNA...


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