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Re: New member in the list

Hi Catia!
Welcome to this nice list. Rules for registering differ per country and
usually are done by the countries society. How ever - one country has
the task of coordinating - I thought for the Pellies this was the
American society but I could be wrong. I have only one Stellar amongst
my collection - the white "Arctic Star" who usually survives well
through the winter in my small conservatory. Hope you enjoy the list as
much as I do! Wished it was may already - want to put everything on the
terrace again!!!!!!!!!!
Mimy in Holland

Catia De Tomi wrote:
> Hallo to everybody!!
> I am Catia from Turin (Italy).
> I discover this mail list on the web while I am surfing on it looking
> for site on my great passions: Pelargonium.
> I have subscribe the list immediatly and for two week I had received
> the e-mail from the different subscriber and now I am sending my first
> e-mail.
> Of course my mother tongue is Italian and so I apologize if my english
> has some mistakes.
> I have red a lot of e-mail about "Vancouver Centennial" and its
> parentage.
> This variety it is quite nice and I have some of it. In Italy it is
> easy to find because many nursery are selling it. Also according my
> information this variety was raised by Ian Gilliam in Canada. I do not
> know how it was obtained (I mean which are its parents).
> I have red in a e-mail from Cynthia Lohry that the "Vancouver
> Centennial" is a cross between Medallion and Bird Dancer.
> I know that Bird Dancer it is not coming from California but it is
> raised in Australia by Melva Bird. In order to make flower the Bird
> Dancer must be fertilized with a lot of potassium and it has to grow
> up with full sun. If some one is interested I am ready to send to his
> e-mail a picture of Vancouver Centennial and of Bird Dancer.
> My favourite Pelargonium are the Stellar (Staph) and I enjoy with the
> cross-breeding of them.
> In the last years I had obtained some different interesting plants and
> I would like to know how to check if they are really "new" and how to
> register them. I mean that I would like find the way to give them a
> name. I do not want to have patent for them but I want only give them
> a name of my choice.
> There is anybody that have some information about that? There is an
> official register of Pelargonium Varieties?
> Unfortunatly in Italy I am not able to find any news about the subject
> above.
> Regards
> Catia De Tomi
> Turin, Italy
> cdetomi@libero.it

Mimy Sluiter
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