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Re: Pelargonium section in gardens

  • Subject: Re: Pelargonium section in gardens
  • From: Ed Olson Moore H20wrx@AOL.COM
  • Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2002 21:25:41 EDT

Thanks for getting the ball rolling. I'm sure we would all be interested in
what the curator at the Arnold Arboretum has to say. Hopefully it may be as
easy as offering him a starter kit.

Dr. Richard Craig , from Penn State, has been involved in hybridizing and
introducing zonals for quite some time. I wonder if Penn State has a
pelargonium collection, other than what he's working on.


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