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Re: Geranium Plant cultivation...

  • Subject: Re: Geranium Plant cultivation...
  • From: Robin Parer geraniac@PACBELL.NET
  • Date: Sun, 7 Sep 2003 13:12:35 -0700

Dear Barb:

Thanks for the information.  I have been a member of I.G. S. for, I think, about
25 years.  It is a very useful organization, and I urge anyone who is not a
member to join. There is a good seed exchange and a quarterly magazine with
articles for everyone interested in different aspects of Geraniaceae.


Robin Parer
Geraniaceae Nursery

Lbcjhall@AOL.COM wrote:

> Dear R.P. there is a helpful web site to go to, It is the IGS web site. There
> are culture tips that can be printed up. Also, if you join the IGS, you will
> receive 4 publications per year full of growing information. The web site is a
> long one:http://www.geocities.com/rainforest/2822/index.html       Hope this
> helps. From southern California, Barb Hall.

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