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Re: [IGSROBIN] Geranium argenteum

Ingrid wrote:
> Greetings again!
> Just wondered if anyone grows G argenteum and what its cultural
> requirements are. Never seen it in a seedlist/plantlist.
> Thank you,
> Ingrid in Sweden

Hi Ingrid,
Here from my files:
G. argenteum (Linn. 1756) flowers light whitish rose to white, dark
veined, grooping: Erodioideae/Subacaulia/Cinereum, height: 10-20 cm,
South Alp area, sunny well drained spot, silvervariegated leaves.
"Silverleaved Cranesbill"
G. argenteum "Purpureum" = correctly: G. x lindavicum "Alanah"
Hope this helps - also hope Rein can elaborate / add / correct!
Mimy Sluiter
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