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Miller tetraploid dwarf zonals

One of the last hybridizing projects of Holmes Miller in the 1970s was
tetraploid dwarf zonals.  I seem to remember that he produced a few named
varieties.  These never appeared in his own geranium sales catalogs (I'm not
sure he sold any during his lifetime), but I presume they were passed on to
whoever it was who bought the Miller stock after his death.  Does anyone
know whether any of these dwarf tetraploids are now in the trade?  Who, if
anybody, sells them?  Sorry, I cannot remember what any of the names were.

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