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[IGSrobin] Questions from returning member of IGS

  • Subject: [IGSrobin] Questions from returning member of IGS
  • From: "Diana Pederson" <pedersonplants@comcast.net>
  • Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2008 18:41:34 -0400
  • Importance: Normal

I have joined the IGS again after many years (at least 10). Did so specifically because I am interested in the succulent members of the Geraniaceae family: geophytic Pelargoniums, Monsonia and Sarcocaulon.
Can someone tell me if seeds for these ever appear in the seed fund? I am waiting for my first issue of the journal and am eager to get started growing these again. May even pick up a selected few from a succulent dealer but MUCH RATHER grow from seed.
I'm also curious about "balcony geraniums" being sold by a Michigan mailorder nursery. May I assume these are just a form of the regular zonal pelargoniums?

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