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Re: [IGSrobin] Propagating Pelargonium tetragonum

  • Subject: Re: [IGSrobin] Propagating Pelargonium tetragonum
  • From: RegalArt@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2006 10:46:26 EST

In a message dated 10/31/2006 5:15:40 AM Pacific Standard Time, GardenerBill1@AOL.COM writes:
I mostly grew them from seed.  My failure rate was high.
Oh yes I forgot to say, don't be in such a hurry to get the plants into bigger containers. When they look like they are growing out of a size abundantly, then go to the next size up. Don't put the plant in a 6'' plant when it just came out of a 3'' pot. Put the plant in a 4'' pot next. My seedling that I planted 3 years ago are in gallons now.
Good Luck

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