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Re: P. carnosum & P. tetragonum

  • Subject: Re: P. carnosum & P. tetragonum
  • From: David Barrett mentha@beeb.net
  • Date: Thu, 24 Oct 2002 10:35:31 +0100


> can anyone out there supply me with seeds, cuttings or plants
> of Pelargonium carnosum and tetragonum?

Fibrex Nurseries  www.fibrex.co.uk  have more plants available than listed
in their catalogue, including the two you mention at some time during the
last few years. If you don't get over to England to visit them, then drop
them a line and see if they can supply them  - it will be next April now as
they only post out twice a year. [ Details
www.pelargoniums.net/ukpelnur.html#F ]

Swanland Nurseries  www.swanlandnurseries.co.uk  may also have stock
plants - they propagate to order - and are more flexible regarding time of
supply. [ Details www.pelargoniums.net/ukpelnur.html#S ]

Dianna Hull (no website) is a specialist species grower although much
smaller scale than the two above. Contact her to see what she might have in
stock. [ Details www.pelargoniums.net/ukpelnur.html#H ]

The Geraniaceae Group http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/Canopy/3139/  is a
specialist group for species Geraniaceae and its members supply and receive
seeds including the ones you mention. Of course you have to join first and
as the seed distribution id very soon you better get you skates on.  [
Details www.pelargoniums.net/ukpelsoc.html#Geraniaceae ]

There are also Cactus and Succulent suppliers in UK who may have them and
also in Europe some suppliers.

in Wales

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