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Re: New member with a species pelargonium

  • Subject: Re: New member with a species pelargonium
  • From: Larry Shone greenlarry@NTLWORLD.COM
  • Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2005 21:28:45 +0100

Sometimes it smells more of pepper. It is quite an untidy plant but the
flowers are worth it.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Aileen Wallace" <aileen@PLANTPOT.FSLIFE.CO.UK>
Sent: Wednesday, July 06, 2005 11:22 PM
Subject: Re: New member with a species pelargonium

> Hello Larry,
> I would just like to say welcome; sorry I can't help with the species I
> don't know enough about them, I will leave that up to others with more
> knowledge than myself, then I can learn too.
> I too have plant Dicondreafolium I think it smells just wonderful a lovely
> sweet lavender, well at least that's what I think it smells of. It has
> already had a flower spike; I don't know if it will grow another, maybe
> someone will tell me if it just blooms once a year, like I said I don't
> all that much about them.
> Regards
> Aileen
> -----Original Message-----
> Shone
> Sent: 06 July 2005 22:31
> Subject: New member with a species pelargonium
> Hi all,=20
> I just wanted to say hi and share a pic of my pelargonium =
> dichondraefoloum in flower now!
> I believe it is not possible however to do so as only plain text can be =
> used(no www) so if anyone would like to see it simply email me and I =
> will mail the pics.
> In the meantime I hope to get more info on growing species pelargoniums =
> especially the caidiciform types, and any info will be gratefully =
> received.
> Regards
> Larry

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