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(Ivy-leaved Geranium, Ruby Dream Geranium)

Medium green leaves pair nicely with the dark crimson flowers on the Ruby Dream ivy-leaved geranium. It's a tender evergreen perennial that's often grown as an annual. 'Ruby Dream' boasts leathery, ivy-shaped leaves, good branching habit and numerous flower clusters from mid-spring to fall. This species is native to coastal areas of the Cape Region of South Africa.

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

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(Ivy-leaved Geranium, Tutti Frutti Geranium)

Rather light green leaves contrast the electric rose-coral to salmon-rose flowers on the Tutti Frutti ivy-leaved geranium. It's a tender evergreen perennial that's often grown as an annual. 'Tutti Frutti' boasts leathery, ivy-shaped leaves, good branching habit and variably numbered flower clusters from late spring to fall. This species is native to coastal areas of the Cape Region of South Africa.

Plants bear fleshy, green, five-lobed leaves on spreading stems. During warm, longer-daylight...

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Jessie Keith

(Ivy-leaved Geranium, Tweedle Dee Geranium)

Not shy about flowering over many months, the Tweedle Dee ivy-leaved geranium boasts a very pleasant salmon to peach-pink flower color! It's a tender evergreen perennial that's often grown as an annual. 'Tweedle Dee' produces leathery, ivy-shaped leaves with a faint rounded zonal band in their middles. This species is native to coastal areas of the Cape Region of South Africa.

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

(Ivy-leaved Geranium, White Mesh Ivy-leaved Geranium)

The name of this unusual ivy-leaved geranium is a bit misleading; it suggests white flowers but the "white mesh" refers to the intricate white venation of the leaves. Its equally attractive flowers are pure rich pink.

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...

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James H. Schutte

(Balcon Geraniums, Ivy-leaved Geranium)

Perfect cascading geraniums for patio containers or hanging baskets, members of the Balcon Series come in an array of bright colors and continue to bloom profusely with little to no deadheading. Pinch plants back to encourage denser branching.

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...

(Holiday Geraniums, Ivy-leaved Geranium)

Early flowering and forming spreading mounds with bright flowers, ivy-leaved geraniums in the Holiday Series are cheerful and festive-looking (perhaps like confetti) when in bloom. They are tender evergreen perennials - often grown as annuals - known for their 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...

(Ivy-leaved Geranium, Mini Cascade Geraniums)

Members of the Mini Cascade Series are heat-loving, compact and come in an array of brightly colored flowers. The small flower clusters are prolific and bloom continuously with little to no deadheading. These are the perfect cascading geraniums for small patio containers or hanging baskets.

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...

(Summer Showers Hybrid Geranium, Summer Showers Ivy-leaved Geranium)

With shorter branching stems and increased tolerance to summertime heat and humidity, Summer Showers hybrid ivy-leaved geraniums are among the best to grow from seeds rather than stem cuttings. They are tender evergreen perennials - often grown as annuals - known for their leathery, ivy-shaped green leaves and numerous colorful flower clusters. This species is native to coastal areas of the Cape Region of South Africa.

Plants bear fleshy, green, five-lobed leaves on lax but upright stems....

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Jesse Saylor

(Oak-leaved Geranium)

This tender subshrubby perennial falls into rank with several other Pelargonium species dubbed “scented geraniums.” Oakleaf geranium has leathery, deep green foliage that is deeply lobed, fuzzy and heavily scented. They look somewhat like coarse, slender oak leaves. Mature specimens become large, shrubby and develop a bushy, upright habit.

The flowers are quite pretty and appear in summer. The five-petaled blooms are white with rose spots and a pale lavender-pink blush. They are borne...

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Jesse Saylor

(Three-colored Geranium)

This truly striking tender perennial originates from the Cape of South Africa. It is low-growing, shrubby and blooms all summer long. Its evergreen foliage is shallow lobed, fragrant, coarse and green. The whole plant is covered with fine, silvery hairs that give it a soft appearance. But, it’s the flowers that make this one of the most appealing of all Pelargonium species.

The name “tricolor” describes its striking three-colored flowers. The five-petaled blooms have two upper petals...