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  My name is Adam Levine, and I live in southeastern Pennsylvania, USA.
I grow about 100 varieties of pelargoniums, mainly zonals but also some
scenteds and species. I have a large greenhouse that I share with my
landlady's turtles and innumerable insect pests, the latest of which is
some kind of root mealy bug: you might recall a question posted recently
about these bugs--that was on my behalf. Anyway, I hope to learn a lot
by being part of this robin, and ocassionally share what expertise I've
managed to garner in about three years of growing these plants.
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