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Re: Pelargonium

We have cuttings and plants ( available here in Calif.  I do not  think we
can get them to Europe though..  It is a scraggly plant with nice  light ping
flowers similar to sericifoliu and foliage a mix of the two  parents.  Evergreen
here in Calif and in slight bloom now. _http://www.geraniaceae.com/_
(http://www.geraniaceae.com/)   I think  Robin Parer has it available.

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