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Re: Hardy Geranium

Wow, the Geraniaceae site is impressive and makes a beginner like me
envious. I just made a Hardy Geranium wish list last night and found all
twelve are available there. Maybe I'll go vist them next time I am in the
San Francisco bay area. Right now though, I have a nice gift certificate for
a local nursery which my dear coworkers gave me when I left my job recently.
Luckily they carry a large selection of Hardy Geraniums, I plan to add about
10 to the 17 I already have (I got hooked 3 years ago when a friend gave me
starts of G. "Johnson's Blue" and G. Endressi "Wargrave Pink"). I was able
to buy the Bath and Jones book with the same gift certificate, a book I
coveted and borrowed from the library several times.

Portland OR,  Zone 8
-----Original Message-----
From: Ingrid <alfmike@ALGONET.SE>
Date: Saturday, January 29, 2000 11:25 AM
Subject: 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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