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[IGSROBIN] Geranium islandicum

Thank you to David from Wales and other wellwishers.
Christmas is over, back to business.  By the way, would you believe that it
is only 12 this morning after a stormy change and 25mm of lovely rain..

Calling all Geranium species experts.
For some time I have been trying to obtain a correct identification or
information relating to a plant raised from seed obtained from NARGS called
G.islandicum.(NARGS have not responded to requests for info ).  Also a
plant called G.triflorum located in Idaho
The internet has remained silent.
Perhaps one of you may know this plant.  It has very distinctive leaves (it
hasn't flowered as yet ).  Please check a leaf out
and similarly'G.triflorum'
I would be very grateful for any info.

Geraniaceae is all around the World

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