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Is your Buxton's blue, blue?

Posted by leo_prairie_view 2B Manitoba (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 15, 07 at 22:18

I have one plant of Buxton's Blue that I grew from seed several years ago. I started with 5 plants but it is not really hardy here.I keep babying it along to have a blue geranium that blooms in the fall, but it is one of the pinkest geraniums I grow, not even a hint of blue. Fall is already starting here and the weather cool, so it shouldn't be the heat. It is under a rose that I have to keep feeding iron chelate for Chlorosis, could that be the cause?
Leo


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RE: Is your Buxton's blue, blue?

  • Posted by perlite z6, southern IN (My Page) on
    Tue, Aug 21, 07 at 17:45

I don't have Buxton's, but Johnson's Blue looks lavender to me, and only looks blue if I compare it to something pink. Photos of Buxton's Blue strike me the same way, but I know some photographs are off in regards to blues and reds. And maybe the old song says that lavender's blue, but it isn't so to me.


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RE: Is your Buxton's blue, blue?

any wallichianum grown from seeds will produce a big range of seedlings from almost white to darkest blues and various pinks. If you would like to see some email me


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