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Pel. longicaule

Dear All,

Just a short note to say that seedlings I raised this Spring of
Pelargonium longicaule are in bloom. Actually, that is not the real
point of the message. The real point is that there is a lot of variation
in the seedlings, both in habit and in flower color. They vary from a
pure white background to a rich pink.
In anyone else's experience, is this variation normal for this species?

San Diego, California

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