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Re: seeds question

  • Subject: Re: seeds question
  • From: maria guzman mirror@3RIVERS.NET
  • Date: Sat, 26 Oct 2002 16:56:02 -0600

Thanks Cyril and Barry: quite useful.

Now another question:  does anyone have information or a description of "P.
Toronado lavender"?  (Maybe "lavender" does not belong with the name, is
only descriptive.) Another mysterious packet of seeds from IGS.

>P.synnoti is listed in Derek Clifford's book "Pelargoniums including the
>`popular Geranium`". Clifford also shows it as Jenkinsonia synnoti. This
>plant is also in William J. Webb's "Pelargonium Family". Both of these
>listings have it in the Myrrhidium group. Webb states "This species is often
>regarded as a variety of P. myrrifolium".
>This may not be the latest technical information, but hopefully it will be of
>some use to you.

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