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Re: Miller tetraploid dwarf zonals

Faye Brawner:    fbrawnerwv@aol.com

BTW, is there any good mail order source for pellies in the US aside from
FB?  (I believe there is one in Washington.  Address would be appreciated.)
I cannot understand why we are so far behind Great Britain in this field.
My husband is building me a greenhouse and I'm thinking of getting into the
hybridizing act myself.

Maria G.

>In a message dated 09/06/2000 7:22:34 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
>RegalArt@AOL.COM writes:
><<  Miller's tetraploid dwarf zonals >>
>Holmes C. Miller...semi dbl red with rosy undertones...as I recall, it was so
>named by his family.  He was shy of naming them after himself.
>Quaker Maid, single salmon with deeper eye.
>I know there's more because he was trying to make a miniature of
>everything(!).  I got these descriptions out of Faye Brawner's Deerwood
>Geraniums catalog.  She's probably your best bet  I keep losing her email
>address..anybody have it?

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