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Re: [IGSROBIN] bye-byes

G'day Andrew,

You will have to get your shows organized for a different date.    We have
the same problem here down under.   Our Show committee take a dim view of
suggestions that they should re-schedule their show dates.   Very
inconsiderate I reckon.
Geraniaceae is all around the World

> From: Andrew <awilson@FDA.NET>
> Subject: bye-byes
> Date: Wednesday, 21 April 1999 15:56
> Well, the warm days have come have finally come. Wonderful for the Regals
> and Zonals but it's time for the winter-growing species to go to sleep
> the summer. In a few days a number of them (Pelargonium crithmifolium, P.
> paniculatum and P. carnosum) have lost leaves or turned brown. Is there a
> way to extend their season - giving them more water, more shade? This
> of going bye-byes after the first hot spell makes it difficult to keep
> plants looking well for shows next month.
> Andrew
> San Diego, California

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