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Plants Matching pelargonium

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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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Goldsmith Seeds

(Maverick Salmon Confetti Geranium, Zonal Geranium)

Known for massive, grapefruit-sized flower clusters and improved oppressive summer heat tolerance, the Salmon Confetti zonal geranium bears deep coral blossoms with tiny flecks of darker red-coral atop petals with hints of salmon-peach or pinkish red. Boasting a robust, well-branching habit and bright green lobed leaves with blackish or maroon-green bands, it blooms continuously if well-maintained. This hybrid is also widely praised for its performance in small garden containers.

Widely grown...

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Syngenta

(Schoene Helena Geranium, Zonal Geranium)

What an old-fashioned beauty for the garden. The extra-large pale salmon-pink flower clusters of 'Schoene Helena' are fully double (extra petals) and add flair to summer containers and flower borders. The early-flowering blooms of this high-performing Syngenta introduction have the added bonus of leaves with attractive darker zones.

Pelargoniums are tender perennials with fragrant, somewhat fleshy evergreen leaves that are lobed and crisp medium green with darker zones of deep green with a hint...

(Showcase Zonal Geranium)

Profusely bearing large flower clusters, the Showcase™ Series of zonal geraniums are renowned for their more intense flower colors compared to the many other selections on the market. Plants have a compact, mounding but upright, well-branching habit and their bright green leaves have only faint zonal bands. These hybrid plants bloom continuously if well-maintained, such as deadheading old flower heads and stems.

Popularly used as summertime annuals, Showcase™ Series plants are tender perennials...

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James H. Schutte

(Fantasia™ Strawberry Sizzle Geranium, Zonal Geranium)

Zonal geraniums are classic bedding plants for sunny beds and containers. Those in this series have robust mounding habits, pretty scalloped leaves and huge clusters of semi-double flowers that come in lots of different colors. They are unusually heat tolerant and will bloom all summer long if well-cared for. The Fantasia™ Series was introduced by Ball FloraPlant, A Division of Ball Horticultural Company.

These tender perennials have fragrant, somewhat fleshy evergreen leaves that are lobed and...

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James H. Schutte

(Showcase™ Extreme Rose Geranium, Zonal Geranium)

Freely producing large flower clusters, the Showcase™ Extreme Rose zonal geranium may cause retinal burn with its electric rosy-pink and red blossoms. Plants have a compact, mounding but upright, well-branching habit and their deep green leaves have faint zonal bands. This hybrid plant blooms continuously if well-maintained, such as deadheading old flower heads and stems. It performs best in hot, dry weather when nighttime temperatures are comfortably cool and humidity is lower.

Popularly used...

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Jessie Keith

(Sunrise Fuchsia 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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Jessie Keith

(Sunrise Raspberry Eye 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....

(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....