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Re: Bird Dancer


Dear Marilyn,

If Faye Brawner is not shipping at the moment, Killdeer Farms, 21606 NW 51st
Avenue, Ridgefield, WA  98642, (360) 887-1760, ships and has Bird Dancer and
lots of geraniums.  You can call or write for their list.

Sandy Connerley

Marilyn Hennecken wrote:

> Hello out there:
>
> I am new to the list.
>
> I live in Marietta,  Georgia which is just
> north of Atlanta.  We enjoy a mild climate
> with hot summers and mild winters.  We have a short winter and the other
> three seasons are extended.  We are fortunate to be able to garden
> outdoors all year.  With the exception of a few days in winter if we
> have an ice storm.
>
> I enjoy growing geraniums and pelargoniums very much and I found it
> of enormous interest to see Vancouver
> Centennial and Bird Dancer mentioned on the first page I turned to.
>
> I have been growing the former for over seven years and it is a lovely
> plant and here in Ga., it is covered with flowers.
>
> The latter plant, I have been looking for in the marketplace for the
> last three years.
> I first saw it on an American PBS station,
> on a program called "Victory Garden".  It was being grown in a garden in
> the south- west US in a huge low pot (clay).  It was just stunning.
>
> Does anyone know where it can be purchased here in the US?
>
> I do look forward to sharing the love of these plants with all of you.
>
> So nice to have met you.
>
> Regards from Marilyn





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