Re: [IGS] white form or Pelargonium incanum?


Hi there, Sean,
I just read your note on this subject.  Firstly, I think that you mean
Geranium, not Pelargonium incanum.  Certainly, it is a Geranium that meets
your description.  Secondly, there are at least two different clones of the
white form in circulation.  One is definitely a poor plant, with small,
poorly coloured (if you can say that about white!) flowers.  The other has
larger, fully white flowers and is far superior.  I have grown both and I
think that I still have both.  However, they flower in the spring here, so
I am not sure today.
I am pretty sure that the better form of the two came from Rachel Saunders
at Silverhill, e-mail: silseeds@iafrica.com.  You should get her catalogue
anyway, its just about the best on earth.
Alternatively, you could try Robin Parer at the Geraniaceae Nursery:
geraniac@pacbell.net.  She's only up the road from you at 122 Hillcrest
Avenue, Kentfield.


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Best Regards,
David Victor

Saxifragaceae, Geraniaceae, Arisaema, Cape bulbs, Paeonia, Salvias, Irids
and anything else that is beautiful

Hockliffe, Bedfordshire, England, UK
Zone 7
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