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Re: Comparisons


Barry knows some good websites with photos for comparison.  And, you can go to the British Pelargonium and Geranium Society website to view their show gallery.  Quite interesting.


maria guzman <mirror@3RIVERS.NET> wrote:
Sandy -

Oh well I'll try another name. These are just for my own records. Yes the
dark dwarfs seem to take sun better without wilting - although they do
sunburn (turn brownish) if left out too long (as I tend to do) or in a
south window without relief. But they are quite vigorous.

I know about P& J Greenhouses tho have never ordered from them. I've been
waiting hopefully for website photos.


>How very interesting. So, the darker, thicker leaf dwarfs make better
>windowsill plants? I have hot sun here (and don't like it much!), so am
>rethinking my collection. There is already a dwarf named Red Heart, FYI.
>It can get larger, and has the center dark splotch on the leaf.
>Frutetorum, I believe, is in it, but one thing that has puzzled me is that
>the pictures I see of Frutetorum have a charming zone, not the splotch.
>Anybody know about this?
>By the way, Jean Hauserman of P&J Greenhouses also ships to the US. I
>would get what you need soon since no cuttings except commercial are
>coming from overseas now due to new regulations.

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