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Re: Holiday Pelargonium Names

  • Subject: Re: Holiday Pelargonium Names
  • From: Barry Roth <barry_roth@YAHOO.COM>
  • Date: Wed, 1 Dec 2004 15:28:44 -0800
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There's "Holiday," a white-centered red zonal.

I guess that's a "holiday type" name!

I understand there's a dwarf zonal "Bob Cratchett" (think "A Christmas Carol").
 And "Tiny Tim" (same story; and comes in red and pink), at least two "Elf"s,
"Halloween" (orange zonal) and its compadre "Harvest Moon" (definitely a
holiday for Wiccans).  "Poinsettia" probably belongs on the list (and "Pink
Poinsettia").  "Dancer" probably wasn't named with the reindeer in mind, but
there it is; same for "Vixen," "Comet," and "Cupid."  And on Christmas I
usually hope for at least one "Trinket."


--- Sandy Connerley <sandy_connerley@SBCGLOBAL.NET> wrote:

> Hi,
> This is silly but can anyone think of pelargoniums with holiday type names,
> like the cactus zonal 'Noel' ?
> Sandy

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