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Plants Matching pelargonium

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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.

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Syngenta

(Black Magic Ivy-leaved Geranium , Ivy-leaved Geranium)

Perhaps such a dark flower color should evoke a bit of melancholy, but the attractive bright green leaves and the deep black-red or dark violet-burgundy blossoms look robust and noble. This geranium is a tender evergreen perennial - often grown as an annual - loved for its leathery, ivy-shaped green leaves and bold flower head 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 short spreading stems....

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James H. Schutte

(Bolero Geranium)

Few ivy geraniums produce double flowers (extra petal rows) and bicolored "zonal" leaves: Bolero just happens to be one. First found growing in a Dutch production greenhouse, it was named 'Bonito' but later given the more marketable Bolero name. This geranium is a tender evergreen perennial - often grown as an annual - loved for its leathery, ivy-shaped green leaves and numerous white and dark violet flowers. This species is native to coastal areas of the Cape Region of South Africa, and 'Bonito'...

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Mark A. Miller

(Crocodile Geranium, Ivy-leaved Geranium)

Bright green, yellow-veined leaves and pretty pink blooms make ‘Crocodile’ shine; it is grown as much for its variegated foliage as for it flowers. It is one of numerous cultivars and selections of ivy-leaved geranium, a trailing tender evergreen perennial from coastal regions of South Africa.

Plants bear fleshy, scalloped, five-lobed leaves on long lax stems. The leaves are netted with creamy veins. Clusters of shell-pink blooms with magenta eyes are borne on branching stems in late spring...

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James H. Schutte

(Butterfly Ivy-leaved Geranium, Ivy-leaved Geranium)

Not many ivy-leaved geraniums produce double flowers (extra petal rows) and bicolored "zonal" leaves: Butterfly is one selection. This geranium, cultivar 'Fisam', is a tender evergreen perennial - often grown as an annual - loved for its leathery, ivy-shaped green leaves and numerous large-petaled, lavender flowers with red-violet spots. This species is native to coastal areas of the Cape Region of South Africa, and 'Fisam' resulted from a controlled breeding program in Spain in 1985.

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Syngenta

(Beach Ivy-leaved Geranium, Ivy-leaved Geranium)

With double (extra petals) flowers, the Beach ivy-leaved geranium is among the showiest on the market, especially if you love the color red. This geranium - cultivar 'Fisbea' - is a tender evergreen perennial that's often grown as an annual. It's prized for the leathery, ivy-shaped green leaves and numerous deep cherry-red flower clusters, mainly from late spring to fall. This species is native to coastal areas of the Cape Region of South Africa, and 'Fisbea' resulted from a controlled breeding...

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Syngenta

(Amethyst Ivy-leaved Geranium, Ivy-leaved Geranium)

Boasting double (extra petals) flowers, the Amethyst ivy-leaved geranium is among the nicest deep violet-lavender flowering selections on the market. This geranium - cultivar 'Fisdel' - is a tender evergreen perennial that's often grown as an annual. It's prized for the leathery, ivy-shaped green leaves, good branching habit and numerous violet flower clusters, mainly from late spring to fall. This species is native to coastal areas of the Cape Region of South Africa, and 'Fisdel' resulted from...

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Syngenta

(Barock Ivy-leaved Geranium, Ivy-leaved Geranium)

Boasting double (extra petals) flowers, the Barock ivy-leaved geranium is unparalleled for dark red to maroon flower color. This geranium - cultivar 'Fisrock' - is a tender evergreen perennial that's often grown as an annual. It's prized for the leathery, ivy-shaped green leaves, good branching habit and numerous very dark red flower clusters, from mid-spring to fall. This species is native to coastal areas of the Cape Region of South Africa, and 'Fisdel' resulted from a controlled breeding program...

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Syngenta

(Blanche Roche Ivy-leaved Geranium, Ivy-leaved Geranium)

Medium to light green leaves pair nicely with the white flowers on the Blanche Roche ivy-leaved geranium. This cultivar - 'Guitoblanc' - is a tender evergreen perennial that's often grown as an annual. It's prized for the leathery, ivy-shaped green leaves, good branching habit and numerous 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 somewhat upright, tall, but short spreading...

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Syngenta

(Holiday Rose Geranium, Ivy-leaved Geranium)

Quick to produce its first flower buds and forming a spreading mound with bright deep rose and white-kissed flowers, the Holiday Rose ivy-leaved geranium looks festive (perhaps like confetti) when in bloom. 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...