Hi, Sandy....this is the bad part....I live in Central Texas. It's hard for pelargoniums here, because all summer and fall the evening temperatures are so high they do not make food, or whatever. They have to be carefully watched and cossetted. I have a few survivors now - the old red yard geranium that is probably P. inquinans, Appleblossom Rosebud, Golden Mr. Everaarts, and the 'true rose' cultivar of scented geranium. So one does not have an opportunity to run across many people with other geraniums. I grew up in South Pasadena, California, so I truly miss geraniums!
1710 Springwood Ct
College Station TX 77845
>>> Sandy Connerley <email@example.com> 5/8/2007 1:00 PM >>>
Where do you live? Maybe there is someone nearby or someone on the robin with whom you could trade cuttings?
Hope you can come to one next year.
Cynthia Mueller <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Thanks for taking the time to let me know these details about the meeting. I can't come to California this year, but hope to possibly attend next year. I will join the IGS so I can keep up with events. Still hoping to come to a sale and get at least cuttings of some of my favorites, such as 'Orchid Paloma' and the birds' egg types.
>>> Sandy Connerley <email@example.com> 5/8/2007 11:24 AM >>>
Just wanting to let you know if you are planning to attend the annual meeting at Carmichael, California (suburb of Sacramento) and stay at the group hotel, your reservations need to be made there before May 15, as well as your luncheon reservations for Sunday, June 3, for the annual meeting luncheon and speakers, etc. need to be in as well.
If you have any questions, you can email me directly or just post them here. Please put IGS annual meeting in the Subject line of the email.
Looking forward to seeing lots of you.