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Re: [IGSROBIN] Pelargonium 'twins'?

Hello Astrid,

All Geraniaceae plants have 2 seed leaves on germination and can sometimes
'appear' to be 2 plants but will eventually prove to be just one.

Those of you who have visited my page may know that I had a beautiful St.
Bernard dog.   Tiny died at 12 years of age a couple of months ago, a very
good age for her breed.    Despite having read the misadventures of various
Robiners dogs and cats I decided to buy a new 4 legged friend and after
much research settled on a Chinese Crested Powder Puff dog.  Yes I'd never
heard of such an animal before either.  I can say that after only 2 weeks I
could not be happier with my new pup and no doubt you will all eventually
be burdened to find her on my web site. I've called her Zelda ( or Zell for
short ) . Not quite sure where I heard that name, it just came to me.
Geraniaceae is all around the World

> From: Astrid Boehmer <Astrid1972@AOL.COM>
> Subject: Pelargonium 'twins'?
> Date: Wednesday, 24 March 1999 6:36
> Cindi, I wouldn't never want you to be separated from your lovely gourmet
> but as an equalize I could train my 4 guinea pigs on pelargonium plants
> BTW: I've had first success in germination (on Monday - after 5 days - I
> the first green, now I have 5), and I have a question: Is there any
chance to
> have pelargonium 'twins' (please don't laugh, I am a beginner ;-))? I am
> sure, that I had a wide distance between the grains when planted, but it
> as if my first germinating seed grain develops 2 seedlings!
> Puzzled greetings!
> Astrid

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