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Found this article very interesting

  • Subject: Found this article very interesting
  • From: RegalArt@AOL.COM
  • Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2005 18:07:27 EST

Greetings to all,

Thought I would pass this article on for those who are interested in South
African Pelargonium Species and their fate.

_The Rape of  the Pelargoniums_

web site:_http://www.scienceinafrica.co.za/2002/june/pelarg.htm_

that was in June of 2002, would be intersting to get a follow up article on
the subject.

San Diego, Ca

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