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:
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.