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[IGSROBIN] P. echinatum

I live in Bergen (Norway) and I got a small collection of wild species
Pelargoniums which I have grown from seed. My trouble is my two P.
echinatum plants which seem to have problems to find a "suitable season" to
grow in. Winter is dark and cool, summer is rainy and, at least this year,
it was rather cool too. Both specimens dropped their leaves before summer
and they havn´t grown any new ones after that. I keep them indoors during
winter and outdoors during summer. What can I do to make them grow better?


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