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[IGSROBIN] Dr Livingstone/P radens

Greetings dear Geranium folks,

Here we have Summer...yeees...you heard me..Summer .-) with all the flying
delights you can imagine and then some :-)

Anyhow, a fellow pel enthusiast asked me about the difference between Dr
Livingstone and P radens. As I don't have either of the two, I must admit
my spontantaneous ( and probably ignorant ) answer was...a species cannot
have a name like Dr Livingstone, therefore it must be a selection, and we
are dealing with a very vain person or an admirer of Dr Livingstone!


Can anyone help please?

Thank you for your answer,

Ingrid in Sweden
where G pratense v striatum is flowering, just like G pratense v album.

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