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HAVE: Geranium maderense

Posted by audrey z5 PA (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 1, 14 at 19:18

I have some Geranium maderense seedlings that are only about 3 inches high at the moment. Although this is supposed to be one of the more spectacular hardy geraniums, it isn't hardy in my zone! If interested, you can find my want list at the following link, and e-mail me from my member page. Please post here to let me know that you are doing so. Thanks!

Here is a link that might be useful: Audrey's Trade List

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RE: HAVE: Geranium maderense

It is a spectacular plant, and I've seen it blooming and huge in a 1 gallon pot. I already have it (or technically, I gave it to my sister).

Audrey, if you are interested in Impatiens bicolor I have a ton of seeds already, as well as a couple plants that are starting to form seed pods. I think Joy C. has it as well. If not, she will. That's one that should be a good reseeder in your area and could be fun to try. It's an annual related to I. balfourii and it reseeds and returns in Westchester County and in Denver, CO.

Sorry to switch the topic. I was thinking of contacting you a couple weeks ago, but forgot. This forum makes it convenient.

Here is a link that might be useful: Recently discovered Impatiens bicolor on a Facebook forum

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