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Re: [IGSROBIN] Andrew - a basic question


Angels are a category of smaller plants that do particularly well in pots.
Most angels are the result of a cross between a crispum type scented
pelargonium (Prince Rupert is a good example) and a regal (Martha Washington)
although some of the newer cultivars are the result of species crosses.
There's approx. 200 different cultivars available today that I am aware of.

Madame Layal is a very well known pansy-face pelargonium that also falls into
the angel category.


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