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Re: [IGSROBIN] Geranium x oxonianum..hardiness

Dear Robin,

Now I shall definitely rest easy at night! The plant I got is a sturdy one
I manage to grow G tuberosum which ( it may only be rumours of course) is
said to be a bit fussy. G phaeum v album didn't overwinter, but a seedling
did, so I shan't be without this year!
Again...I had no idea what nice plants Hardy Geraniums really are. We
should grow more!! !
And I have started to discover all the variegated and darker foliaged
plants ther are! Amazing!

All the best from Ingrid in Sweden where it is +12 C at the moment...if I
may say so...not too bad!

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