Re: Help please.
Thanks so much Gary. The plants from Terra Nova are really great. I see your new ones in NM Pro or GM Pro and often cut them out to find for my yard.
Gary Gossett <botanytrek@HOTMAIL.COM> wrote:
Thanks for the help. I will look there. Geranium 'Confetti is a selection
from the species, not a hybrid. We TC'ed a more white mottled clone from a
seed strain Dan Heims brought back from Japan. I have also seen a form which
is yellow/gold mottled coming out of England as a seed strain.
I do new product reseach for Terra Nova Nurseries; always looking for
unusual plants to sell or breed with to make something new. I search out
people who are finding/breeding better plants and work with them to bring
the best to wider markets.
If anyone has problems contacting Terra Nova, please email me. We have
suffered from a too strict anti-virus net nanny; making messages from new
sources disappear. Just cc to all of my email addresses and one will usually
get through. Failing that, fax or snail mail will work.
10051 S. Macksburg Rd
Canby Oregon 97013
>From: Sandy Connerley
>Subject: Re: Help please.
>Date: Mon, 3 Jan 2005 16:38:15 -0800
>If you email someone at the Hardy Geraniums website in UK, they can give
>out David Hibberd's contact information. On one of their threads, they
>gave it to someone privately.
>By the way, is your Geranium 'Confetti' a hybrid? Someone told me it was a
>species and I wrote Terra Nova but never got a reply. I figured since it
>had the single quotation marks, it was a cultivar, but wanted confirmation.
> Would love to know.
>Gary Gossett wrote:
>I am new to the list. I am trying to contact David Hibberd of Axeltree
>Nursery. My company is tissue culturing Geranium 'Margaret Wilson' and want
>to start paying him a voluntary royalty to thank him for making such an
>amazing plant. Can someone give me email or snail mail post addresses?
>A phone number would also help.
>Gary Gossett of Terra Nova Nurseries in wet Oregon, USA zone 8b.