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Re: [IGSROBIN] Pelargonium torulosum

Peter Liekkio:  many thanks for the info.  Especially about the dry
summer.  All my houseplants have to spend summer outdoors and even on
shadecloth-covered stagings it is impossible to keep them from getting
soaked during our unpredictable wild thunderstorms (I am not home
during the day to keep watch).  Although I've noticed that a few succulent
Pelargoniums from the dry-summer/wet-winter Medit. regime seem to
appreciate an occasional summer rainwater drenching, until I learn
what P. torulosum's tolerance is, indoors it comes.  Thanks again.

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