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Re: Wilf Vernon

  • Subject: Re: [IGSROBIN] Wilf Vernon
  • From: "corgi.pemb" <corgi.pemb@wanadoo.fr>
  • Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2001 10:39:20 +0300

Hi list,

First, my thoughts are with all my American friends, the Frenchs are
very shocked by this tragedy and we hope the terrorists will be punished.

Sandy, I dont know 'Wilf Vernon' but I think the hybridizer is The Vernon
geranium nursery' in Sutton, Surrey, ENGLAND.

Michel in the South of France.
-----Message d'origine-----
De : Sandy Connerley <sandym@NORTHCOAST.COM>
Date : mercredi 19 septembre 2001 07:33
Objet : Wilf Vernon

>On a lighter note than the tragedies of late, does anyone know the
>origin/hybridizer of the miniature/dwarf zonal Wilf Vernon.  It is one
>of my very favorites.  I have found it listed in Pearl Sulman's catalog,
>on Ron and Wendy Mitchell's list,  in P&J catalog and also Deerwood, but
>none list the origin/hybridizer.  Ron and Wendy's list has the
>abbreviation VN but that abbreviation is not on their list of
>abreviations.  Would love to find out more about this plant.
>Eureka, CA

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