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(Sunrise Geraniums, 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....

(Tango Geraniums, 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....

(Rose-scented Geranium)

A scented geranium species native to southern Africa, rose-scented geranium is grown for its highly fragrant leaves that smell of roses, as the common name suggests. It survives as a low-growing, short-lived perennial subshrub in its native Africa but is most commonly grown as a garden annual. During the growing season, it bears small, attractive flowers of pink with reddish markings. The plants spread and can be planted as a drought-tolerant evergreen groundcover in subtropical or Mediterranean...

(Rose-scented Geranium)

A scented geranium species native to southern Africa, rose-scented geranium is grown for its highly fragrant leaves that smell of roses, as the common name suggests. It survives as a low-growing, short-lived perennial subshrub in its native Africa but is most commonly grown as a garden annual. During the growing season, it bears small, attractive flowers of pink with reddish markings. The plants spread and can be planted as a drought-tolerant evergreen groundcover in subtropical or Mediterranean...

Image of Pelargonium cordifolium photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Heart-leaved Geranium)

Curled-edge leaves with the elongated shape of hearts is the signature of the heart-leaved geranium, but it also bears lovely pink blossoms. This tender perennial is native to the coastal plain of the southeastern cape region of southern Africa. It is grown as a perennial or semi-woody shrub in frost-free subtropical regions, but more widely as an annual.

The main stems of this mounding, large and spreading plant are woody at their bases, with fleshy, herb-like grow from the branches. The leaves...

Image of Pelargonium crispum photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Lemon 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....

Image of Pelargonium lobatum photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Big Velvetleaf Geranium, Lobed Geranium)

With felty leaves that can reach the size of dinner plates, the lobed geranium also bears starry clusters of unique black and white blossoms with a spicy nighttime fragrance. A tender herbaceous perennial that grows from tubers (swollen underground stems), it is native to the moist, sandy regions of Africa's southwestern Cape. The tubers are partially above ground and from the tops are produced its large leaves borne on long petioles (leaf stems) that tend to flop.

The evergreen foliage is...

Image of Pelargonium odoratissimum photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Apple Geranium)

A scented geranium species native to the Cape of South Africa, apple geranium is grown for its felty leaves that smell somewhat like apple. It survives as a short-lived perennial subshrub in its native Africa but is most commonly grown as a garden annual. During the growing season, it bears clusters of small white flowers with reddish purple markings. The plants are bushy, low-growing and can be planted as a drought-tolerant groundcover.

The small leaves of apple geranium are fuzzy, green,...

Image of Pelargonium peltatum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Ivy-leaved Geranium)

A summertime gem, ivy-leaved geranium is a trailing tender evergreen perennial noted for its leathery, ivy-like, bright green leaves and numerous colorful flower clusters. It comes from coastal areas of the Cape Region of South Africa.

Plants bear fleshy, deep green, five-lobed leaves on long lax stems. The leaves are often marked with dark blotches or pale venation. Two- to nine-flowered clusters of red, orange, pink, salmon, lavender or white blooms appear in spring or summer on branching...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Acapulco Ivy-leaved Geranium, Ivy-leaved Geranium)

Rich kelly green leaves, shaped like those on an ivy, and vibrant rosy-pink blossoms makes 'Acapulco' a showy spreading flower in a garden. This geranium is a tender evergreen perennial - often grown as an annual - loved for its leathery, ivy-shaped green leaves and numerous two-colored flower petals. This species is native to coastal areas of the Cape Region of South Africa.

Plants bear fleshy, green, five-lobed leaves on lax but short spreading stems. During warm months of the year, especially...