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Re: Hardy Geranium

Dreadful Terranova....I drool over their website too....but over their
Robin Parer's nursery is one of the best or THE best when it comes to hardy
Geraniums and Erodiums. Heureka, a nursery which dares to say the
following; I quote from the website;

> do not grow Pelargonium hortorum (zonals), P. peltatum (ivies), or P.
> (regals/Martha Washingtons).

Heureka again!

And the URL;


Ingrid in Sweden who wishes for Spring!

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