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Mark A. Miller

There are so many wonderful pelargoniums – thousands of hybrids and more than 200 distinct species. Most are heavily fragrant and offer showy flowers and foliage, so it is no wonder these tender perennials, or subshrubs, are some of the most widely cultivated and popular container and bedding plants.

Most Pelargonium species originate from arid or montane regions in southern Africa. Their fragrant, somewhat fleshy evergreen leaves are typically palm-shaped and deeply lobed or dissected....

(Fairyland Geranium, Fancy-leaved Zonal Geranium)

The fuzzy, ear-like variegated foliage of 'Fairyland' is green, edged with yellowy ivory blushed with pink and salmon tones. This hybrid miniature geranium also bears small clusters of red or scarlet flowers when temperatures are warm.

Vigorous and easy to grow, this fancy-leaved geranium needs full to part sun and average to fertile soil that drains well. Most hybrids, like 'Fairyland', bloom year round and appreciate regular deadheading to encourage more of the sparse flowers. Enjoy this fine...

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James H. Schutte

(Faith Zonal Geranium, Zonal Geranium)

Boasting lavender-pink flowers with white centers, the patented 'Faith' is a well-branching zonal geranium that was bred by the J. P. Barlett Company. This hybrid attains a compact, mounded habit, especially in sunny dry locales and its semi-double (extra petaled) flowers are resilient to rains, not browning like those of most other florist geraniums. In shadier, moister conditions the plant is not as compact in form.

Vigorous and easy to grow, this geranium needs full to part sun and average...

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Syngenta

(Alba Zonal Geranium, Zonal Geranium)

Boasting wide-opening white flowers held in clusters above the green foliage, the patented Alba florist geranium ('Fisalb') is a well-branching zonal geranium that was bred by Angelika Utecht in a controlled breeding program in Hillscheid, Germany, in 1990. This hybrid attains a compact, mounded habit with kidney-like foliage that has consistent green coloration. Its semi-double (extra petaled) white flowers also do not blush with pink as many other tradition white-flowering florist geraniums tend...

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Syngenta

(Aquarello Zonal Geranium, Zonal Geranium)

Producing cup-shaped pale rosy pink flowers above the green foliage with light brown zonal bands, the patented Aquarello florist geranium ('Fisaqua') is a well-branching zonal geranium that was bred by Angelika Utecht in a controlled breeding program in Hillscheid, Germany, in 1996. This hybrid attains a rounded habit with kidney-like foliage that is wavy. Its semi-double (extra petaled) light pink flowers have light rose edges and are held in round clusters on long stems above the foliage.

Vigorous...

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Syngenta

(Blues Zonal Geranium, Zonal Geranium)

Blue only in name and not visual flower color, the Blues zonal geranium produces violet-rose blossoms in ball-like clusters. This geranium - cultivar 'Fisblu' - is a tender evergreen perennial that's often grown as an annual. This hybrid resulted from a controlled breeding program in Europe in the early 1990s.

When temperatures are warm, the Blues zonal geranium produces numerous flower clusters on stems above the foliage. Each petal has an ivory base that transition to light pink before...

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Jessie Keith

(Tango Light Salmon Geranium, Zonal Geranium)

There are so many wonderful pelargoniums – thousands of hybrids and more than 200 distinct species. Most are heavily fragrant and offer showy flowers and foliage, so it is no wonder these tender perennials, or subshrubs, are some of the most widely cultivated and popular container and bedding plants.

Most Pelargonium species originate from arid or montane regions in southern Africa. Their fragrant, somewhat fleshy evergreen leaves are typically palm-shaped and deeply lobed or dissected....

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Syngenta

(Bravo Pastel Zonal Geranium, Zonal Geranium)

Boasting pink-centered white to palest pink flowers held in clusters above the green foliage, the patented Bravo Pastel florist geranium ('Fiseyewi') is a well-branching zonal geranium that was bred by Angelika Utecht in Galdar, Gran Canaria, Spain in 1996. This hybrid attains a rounded habit with kidney-like foliage that has consistent green coloration. Its semi-double (extra petaled) white to pale pink flowers have large pink center eyes and are borne in clusters on sturdy upright stems.

Vigorous...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Daredevil Fire Geranium, Zonal Geranium)

Large, orange-red flower clusters comprised of semi-double blooms cover this high performing, heat and drought tolerant group of zonal geranium. Cultivars in the Daredevil® Series are bushy, medium sized, easy to grow and come in lots of pretty shades. They are free-flowering and will bloom continuously if well cared for. These geraniums were hybridized by Angelika Utecht in a controlled breeding program based in Hillscheid, Germany.

Zonal geraniums are tender perennials with fragrant, somewhat...

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James H. Schutte

(Blizzard™ Pink Ivy-leaved Geranium, Ivy-leaved Geranium)

The handful of cultivars in the Blizzard™ Series are among the most heat-tolerant ivy-leaved geraniums on the market. Boldly and abundantly producing rosy pink blossoms is 'Fispink', marketed as the Blizzard™ Pink ivy-leaved geranium. Occasional dark scarlet petal bases occur, too. This hybrid was developed by breeders in Spain in 1991. Besides the blossoms, 'Fispink' is renowned for its ivy-shaped leaves and blizzard-like flower displays on a rather compact, mounding plant with spreading stems....