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Re: [IGSROBIN] P. Grossularioides Sport?


Sorry Robin,
It is not sporting.  This is quite a normal and not infrequent happening
with this species.
Regards
Alby
Geraniaceae is all around the World
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> From: Robin Kirk <robin454@EMAIL.MSN.COM>
> To: IGSROBIN@MAELSTROM.STJOHNS.EDU
> Subject: P. Grossularioides Sport?
> Date: Wednesday, 24 February 1999 4:04
>
> Has anyone had experience with this species sporting?  One of mine just
sent
> out a shoot with maroon leaves with green veining-quite attractive
actually.
> However, I wondered if it could be a virus.  Any advice?





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