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Re: [IGSROBIN] Germination information & need cold tolerance info for small seedlings

Hi Robin
Thank you so much for the germination information.  It will be a real help.  I
started quite a few varieties from seed last spring, however, when starting
mid-May only some G. sanguineum hybrids and G. pyrenaicum were large enough to
transplant by fall.  I will try starting them in March & April this year and
see if that will give them the extra time they need to reach a decent
transplanting size by fall.

Does anyone know if small hardy Geranium seedlings will tolerate light frosts?

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