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Plants Matching pelargonium

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Syngenta

(Montevideo™ Geranium, Zonal Geranium)

Boasting wide-opening light coral-pink flowers held in clusters above deep green foliage, the Montevideo™ florist geranium ('Fisvideo'), is a well-branching zonal geranium that is part of the Tango® Series. This hybrid attains a compact, mounded habit with kidney-like foliage that has ruffled edges. Its semi-double (extra petaled) coral-pink flowers have gradations, with pale pink to nearly white tones at petal edges, and robust, deeper coral at their bases.

Vigorous and easy to grow, Montevideo™...

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James H. Schutte

(Fireworks Red-white Geranium, Zonal Geranium)

Scarlet-red and white star-shaped blossoms in loose upright clusters describes the excitement produced by the Fireworks Red-White zonal geranium. Boasting a robust, spreading but well-branching habit and green, lobed leaves with dull maroon bands, it blooms continuously if well-maintained. This hybrid is part of the Proven Winners collection.

Widely grown as a summertime annual, Fireworks Red-White ('Fiworewhi') is a tender perennial with fragrant, somewhat fleshy evergreen leaves that are rounded...

(Nutmeg 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....

(Galleria™ Geraniums, Hybrid Ivy-leaved 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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Jesse Saylor

(Rose Geranium)

A scented geranium species native to southern Africa, rose geranium is grown for its highly fragrant leaves that smell of roses, as the common name suggests. 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 small, attractive flowers of pink or white with reddish markings. The plants are very bushy and can be planted as a drought-tolerant evergreen shrubs in subtropical or Mediterranean climates....

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Jesse Saylor

(Coconut Geranium)

A scented geranium species native to the Cape of South Africa up to Mozambique, coconut geranium is grown for its sweet leaves that smell somewhat like coconut. 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 small flowers of pink or reddish purple. The plants are very low-growing and can be planted as a drought-tolerant groundcover.

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

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Bosh Bruening

(Guernsey Flair Geranium, Zonal Geranium)

Though often advertised as pale yellow, the extra-large flower clusters of 'Guernsey Flair' are actually creamy ivory. These semi-double beauties bloom continuously when growing conditions are warm and accommodating and shine above the medium green foliage of the well-branched plants.

Pelargoniums are tender perennials with fragrant, somewhat fleshy evergreen leaves that are lobed and crisp medium green. Their colorful showy flowers and borne in big terminal clusters. Those of 'Guernsey Flair'...

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Syngenta

(Fancy-leaved Zonal Geranium, Happy Thought Geranium)

The ivory and green variegated leaves of ‘Happy Thought’ contrast beautifully with its clusters of single rosy red flowers. It is a reliable sun-loving bedding plant that blends well with other brightly colored plants.

This everblooming tender perennial has fragrant, somewhat fleshy evergreen leaves that are lobed and crisp medium green. Its showy flowers are five-petaled and borne in big terminal clusters. They are followed by elongated brown fruits that are unattractive. Regular deadheading...

(Horizon Geraniums, Zonal Geranium)

Profusely bearing large flower clusters and having improved oppressive summer heat and humidity tolerances, the Horizon Series of zonal geraniums are known for blooming earlier in spring and later into autumn when grown as annuals. Boasting a compact, well-branching habit and bright green lobed leaves with blackish or maroon-green bands, it blooms continuously if well-maintained. These hybrids are highly regarded for their improved tolerance to intense summer heat, humidity and repeated thunderstorm...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Fancy-leaved Zonal Geranium, Indian Dunes Geranium)

Boldly foliaged, 'Indian Dunes' has pleated rounded leaves with a reddish brown core and mottled wide edges of chartreuse and green. This hybrid fancy-leaved geranium also bears small clusters of orange flowers when temperatures are warm.

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