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Novice hybridizing question

  • Subject: [IGSROBIN] Novice hybridizing question
  • From: Gunnar Dath <golath@OTENET.GR>
  • Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2001 15:37:00 +0300
  • Importance: Normal

Probably a stupid question, but anyway:
If pelargoniums self-seed, do the seedlings normally resemble the parent
(self fertilization?) or are they more often a cross with another
pelargonium nearby..? Or is this different from cultivar to cultivar? I ask
because I have a pelargonium with white/green variegated leaves that I like,
but to my surprise a seedling growing next to it had green leaves with a
dark green marking...
Thanks in advance,

Gunnar Dath
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