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Pelargonium Madness October 8

Hi All,

We just wanted to let you know that we expect Pelargonium Madness to be filled within the next two weeks, so if you have been waiting, send in your registration right away.  Am posting the flyer below.  Feel free to email if you have any questions.

Sandy Connerley

The Carmichael Geranium Society invites you to indulge in Pelargonium Madness on October 8, 2005, a day long event to buy, sell, trade plants and cuttings and hear notable speakers. Bring some choice and healthy plants!

Sellers Jean Hausermann, P&J Greenhouses and Marilyn Holt, Holt Geraniums, both from Canada, Robin Parer, Geraniaceae of Kentfield, California, and Sylvia Musso, Upsprout Nursery in Livermore, California. And more!

Five Speakers - 15-20 minute presentations:

Robin Parer - "Weird and Wonderful Pelargonium Species"

Marilyn Holt - "Heirloom Jewels, Heritage Pelargoniums"

Donn Reiners - "Pelargoniums are Photogenic"

Jean Hausermann - "Tiny Treasures, Miniature and Dwarf Pelargoniums"

One Mystery Speaker!

Place Carmichael Park Administration Building, 5750 Grant Avenue, Carmichael, California (a suburb of Sacramento)

Going East on Interstate 80 towards Reno, take Madison Avenue exit right/south approximately 1.8 miles. Right on Manzanita 1.6 miles. Manzanita becomes Fair Oaks, continue .4 mile. Right on Grant Avenue .1 mile - building on left and parking lot behind building.

Time Doors open at 9:00 a.m., program begins at 9:25 a.m. and ends at 2:20 p.m.

REGISTRATION Pre-registration required and space limited so donít delay.

$18 per person includes lunch and refreshments.

Send your name, address, phone number, and email address if possible along with check payable to Sandy Connerley to:

Pelargonium Madness, c/o Sandy Connerley, 121 Jan Road, Grass Valley, CA 95945

For further information, contact Sandy Connerley by email at sandy_connerley@sbcglobal.net or phone (530) 271-7473

or Donn Reiners at (916) 381-0390

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