[IGS] white form of GERANIUM incanum
>From: DX Victor <david@VICTOR.U-NET.COM>
>Subject: Re: [IGS] white form or Pelargonium incanum?
>Sender: IGSROBIN <IGSROBIN@MAELSTROM.STJOHNS.EDU>
>Date: Sat, 25 Oct 1997 17:59:08 +0000
> Hi there, Sean,
> I just read your note on this subject. Firstly, I think that you mean
> Geranium, not Pelargonium incanum. <snip>
Hi David -
Nice to hear from you.
As my teenage daughter would say, "What a DORK!". Of course I mean
GERANIUM incanum! Perhaps I can convinve you of how hard I've been
working lately, in order to mask the apparent onset of dementia!
;-) Thanks for the warning about the two forms. Do they come true
from seed? Or do they seed at all?
> I am pretty sure that the better form of the two came from Rachel Saunders
> at Silverhill, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. You should get her catalogue
> anyway, its just about the best on earth.
I'll check with Silver Hills - they are indeed a well regarded
source for things extraordinary.
> Alternatively, you could try Robin Parer at the Geraniaceae Nursery:
> email@example.com. She's only up the road from you at 122 Hillcrest
> Avenue, Kentfield.
I too often forget about Robin as a source for plants. She is the
dear lady of Geraniaceae locally, but she and I do not cross paths
as much as I'd prefer. We had a lovely time at her home at the end
of a garden tour several months ago. I have apparently loaned my
copy of her catalog, so I just rang her up now and left a message.
It'd be wonderful to have any excuse to get back and see her
Thanks for straightening me out! ;-)
Sean A. O'Hara firstname.lastname@example.org
710 Jean Street (510) 987-0577
Oakland, California 94610-1459 h o r t u l u s a p t u s
U.S.A. 'a garden suited to its purpose'
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