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Re: pelargonium id please

Mark - This could be either P.odoratissimum.  The leaves supposedly are

Or P.fragrans - with spicy aromatic scented leaves.

Best wishes, Gwen

----- Original Message -----
From: Mark Smyth <mark@BATDETECTIVE.COM>
Sent: Saturday, November 17, 2001 8:06 AM
Subject: pelargonium id please

> hi all
> I have a plant that looks like P sidoides but the leaves are softer. the
> flowers are smaller and white. the leaves are strongly scented but not a
> smell I can pinpoint.
> I hope this is enough!
> I'll be taking a digital photo in the next few days. can images be
> to the emails of this e group?
> Mark
> N Ireland

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