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Re: Gooseberry pelargonium

  • Subject: Re: [IGSROBIN] Gooseberry pelargonium
  • From: Cyril Baucke <CyrilBjr@CS.COM>
  • Date: Sat, 13 Apr 2002 10:50:07 EDT

Laurie,
Helen Van Pelt Wilson in her book "The Joy of Geraniums", which was published
in the early seventies, lists the following:

crispum, Gooseberry leaved.
slightly pungent; crispum-like leaves, some yellow marked; compact plant;
free-flowering lavender, cerise feathering on upper petals.

You might find her book in your local library. The book has been out of print
for several years. It has a lot of good information on Geraniums and
Pelargoniums.

Cy





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