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Plants Matching pelargonium

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(Multibloom Geraniums, Zonal Geranium)

Early flowering and recently improved for better uniformity and performance in the heat and humidity across summer, the Multibloom Series of zonal geraniums has slightly more open flower clusters that are borne in profusion. Boasting a well-branched but compact habit and tall upright flower stems, its foliage is deep green with zonal coloring (dark green-brown rounded bands). These hybrids are fast growing from seed, blooming quickly (two to three weeks earlier than other geraniums), and were developed...

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(Multibloom White Geranium, Zonal Geranium)

Early flowering with uniformity and good performance in the heat and humidity across summer, Multibloom White zonal geranium profusely bears clusters of snow white blossoms. Boasting a well-branched but compact habit and tall upright flower stems, its foliage is deep green with zonal coloring (dark green-brown rounded bands). This hybrid is fast-growing from seed, blooming quickly (two to three weeks earlier than other geraniums), and was developed by Goldsmith Seeds of California.

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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....

(North Star Zonal Geranium, Zonal Geranium)

Whenever it's warm and not too humid or wet, the North Star zonal geranium produces large, snowball-like white flower clusters on stems above the foliage. Most blossoms are five-petaled, but some may be semi-double with extra petal rows. The rounded, coarse-feeling leaves are lush green but with a faint circular green in their middles. Butterflies visit the flowers, which continue up until frosts or oppressive humidity and rains halts growth. Stems become stiff and beige over time, with succulent,...

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,...

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(Orbit Appleblossom 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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(Orbit Bumblegum Mix 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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(Orbit Cherry 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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(Orbit Coral 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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(Orbit Deep 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....