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Re: Pelargoniums on the radio

  • Subject: Re: Pelargoniums on the radio
  • From: maria guzman mirror@3RIVERS.NET
  • Date: Sun, 5 Oct 2003 08:42:34 -0600

>I was on a few weeks back talking about Hardy Geraniums and in March I was
>on talking about my collection of c200 varieties of snowdrop. They are
>coming back in late spring to talk about late spring bulbs and germinating
>seeds the Deno method.

A few months ago on Alpine-L there was a long thread about snowdrops. Bulbs
are not my thing and I had no idea there were any different Galanthus than
the *schneeglocken* that used to poke up through the snow in my German
mother-in-law's backyard.

We discussed why the name Geranium ended
>up being used. It's a pity the person who edited the program didnt include
>more usefull information.

But this is the first public discussion I've ever listened to in which the
term 'Pelargonium' was automatically used.  Here (in the USA) I speak
'pelargonium' as well, then have to explain "well they're geraniums, you


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