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Re: Black Velvet Rose seeds

  • Subject: Re: [IGSROBIN] Black Velvet Rose seeds
  • From: fleur tation <fleurtation@HOTMAIL.COM>
  • Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2002 17:59:44 -0600

It seems that someone has applied a little black magic to the name of the
AAS Selection.  It is indeed listed by the AAS as "Black Velvet Rose",
however, it is being marketed as "Black Magic Rose" in many catalogs,
including some of the sources from AAS, including Harris Seeds, Jung and
Earl May.  Stokes is another source.
Denise



>From: Pandi Veerapandian <pandi@AXIOMBIO.COM>
>Reply-To: IGSROBIN <IGSROBIN@MAELSTROM.STJOHNS.EDU>
>To: IGSROBIN@MAELSTROM.STJOHNS.EDU
>Subject: Re: Black Velvet Rose seeds
>Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2002 12:21:27 -0700
>
>AAS Bedding Plant Award Winner  Geranium 'Black Velvet Rose'
>'The unusual bicolor leaf pattern distinguishes 'Black Velvet Rose' from
>all
>other hybrid geraniums. Each leaf has a black center with a green leaf
>edge.
>The exceptionally dark foliage contrasts with the bright rose florets and
>each floret has a small white eye. 'Black Velvet Rose' proved to be heat
>tolerant, flowering freely throughout the growing season. A strong plant,
>'Black Velvet Rose' can be 10-14 inches tall and spread 14 to 18 inches
>depending upon available nutrients and water. Best performance will occur
>in
>full sun. 'Black Velvet Rose' is perfect for container culture.
>
>Seeds are available from:
>
>W. Atlee Burpee Seed Co.
>Germania Seed Co.
>Harris Seeds/Garden Trends
>J.W. Jung Seed Co.
>Earl May Seed & Nursery
>George W. Park Seed Co.




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