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Intro and Question

I'm Margaret Jones, a new list member.  I live in Gold Beach Oregon USA
where Pelargoniums are perennials and bloom in the garden year round.  (Zone
9)  I have some zonals but my favorites are the P domesticum.  After
searching every seed catalog I can get my hands on and hundreds of web sites
mentioning Geraniums, Pelargoniums, Martha Washingtons, Regals etc, I've
come to the conclusion that there are very few, if any, sources for P
domesticum seed.  Can anyone tell me why that is?
I'd really like to start some from seed if at all possible.
Thanks for your help !

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