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Pelargoniums Ivies

Ivy pelargoniums get their name from the resemblance of their leaves to Hedera species, (the garden ivies). Their parents, or at least one of them, Pelargonium peltatum, gives them shield shaped leaves and a trailing form. But they have also been crossed with the P. x hortorum group, the zonal pelargoniums, and that has increased their color range and changed their form. Ivies are very useful in hanging baskets, for draping over walls, or as a ground cover. The Balcon "geraniums", correctly pelargoniums, are an allied group whose use in window boxes is noted by every traveller to Europe.
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Pelargonium 'Aeon'
Ruby red, semi double flowers. No other information available.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Amethyst'
Although there are five ivy leaf pelargoniums called Amethyst listed in the International Register of Pelargonium Cultivars, four of which are PAC, it is hard to know which this is. There is also an 'Amethyst' from Tunia, Australia, 1958. Our flowers are double lavender.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Annie'
Shady Hill, USA. The flowers are bright lavender pink with a silver reverse. They are semi double, and the plant is bushy.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Anton Crozy'
The flowers are light orange, semi double.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Apricot King'
Deerwood Nursery, Brawner, 1993. Warm apricot pink, semi double flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Apricot Queen'
Small mid pink double flowers with pale reverses and occasional red veins.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'April Hamilton'
Baker, Australia, 1980. A sport from P. 'Mexican Beauty'. Single flowers of deep velvet crimson.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Balcon Princess'
Pine Ridge, Canada, 1986. Single dark pink flowers (note that their catalog says light lavender flowers).
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Balcon Royale'
It is supposed to come from Pine Ridge, Canada, 1986. The Balcon pelargonium are seen in towns throughout Europe. This is a favorite window box and container plant with single orange-red flowers (though the catalog describes the color as bright red). The photo was taken at St. Vincent, Val d'Aosta, in the Italian Dolomites.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Barbara Wirth'
Wirth, USA, 1961. Sport of 'Galilee'. Very strong cold pink double flowers (described as cerise).
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Barbary Coast'
(Shady Hill, USA, 1988) This ivy leaf does not correspond to either of the two entries listed in The Pelargonium International Register and Checklist of Pelargonium Cultivars, which are lilac white and lavender pink respectively. This is shocking pink with white streaks in the center of the petals. It makes a dramatic container plant.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Barbe Bleue'
Thorpe, UK, 1987. Deep purple double flowers. (Was originally described as almost black with reddish edged petals).
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Barbette'
Very light pink double with shocking pink blotches on some of the petals.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Barock'
(series) Fischer, Germany 1981. Double red flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Beatrice Cottington'
(Cottington, UK, 1951) Loose double flowers in clusters of vivid cerise.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Beauty of Diane'
Cesar Barba, Torrance, CA, around 1990. A sport of P. 'Rouletta', but Semi double, white with light purple edges and a stripe in the center of the petals.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Beauty of Eastbourne'
Has not yet flowered.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Beauty of Jersey'
Bealby, UK, 1895. Rich reddish purple double flowers, medium trailing habit.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Bella Notte'
Bielby, UK, 1982. Mosaic veined leaves. Double ruby flowers with mosaic veined voliage
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Black Velvet'
Single garnet flowers
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Blanche Roche'
White double flowers
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Blooming Gem'
Shellard, UK, 1986. Pale lavender flowers, compact growth.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Blue Spring'
An ivy-zonal cross. "It is one of the six original Swiss cultivars used as a gene pool foundation for the Highfield series by Ken Gamble." Personal communication, Jerry Stewart.

This is clearly not the right plant, which was originally described as "double lilac to purple". Ours is a bright, candy pink, double flowered form.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Bonito'
Very double flowers of scarlet red with prominent dark veins on the upper petals and broad white edges.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Bridesmaid'
(Schmidt, USA, 1942) "soft orchid pink", purple veins and red blotches. "Stems long, free flowering".
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Burgundy'
(Edwards, Australia, 1965) Small clusters of deep burgundy rosettes.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Butterfly'
Lavender, semi-double flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Carlos Uhden'
Howard and Smith, USA, 1913. "Double cerise-rose red, center lighter to almost white. Large round flowers with flat petals."
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Catherine's Joy'
Rose-like flowers of different shades of pink and a greenish button eye.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Cayucas'
Rober, USA 1921. Double, light, cold pink flowers. Compact growth.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Cerise Carnation'
Krauss, USA, 1955. Double, brilliant dark cerise pink flowers, with petal edges that are scalloped and marked with streaks of a darker cerise; white streaks in the center of the flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Cotta Amethyst'
Bielby, UK, 1989. Semi double, mid lavender flowers. Fine white mesh veins on foliage(?)
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Cotta Delight'
Bielby, UK, around 1992. Semi double, orange-pink flowers. Leaves have mosaic markings.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Cotta Edinburgh'
Bielby, UK, 1990, from Swanland Nurseries, 2001. Small, single, pale pink flowers, and leaves with a fine cream mosaic pattern and a brown zone. The fine white edge from the original description seems to have disappeared. Compact.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Cotta Lilac Queen'
Bielby, UK, 1989. Semi double, very pale pink flowers. Fine white mesh veins on the foliage(?).
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Cotta Magic'
Has not yet flowered.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Crocketta'
Holland. Semi double, rose red flowers with white centers. The leaves have netted yellow veins.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Crocoday'
Day, UK, around 1988. Cream netted leaves. Grows double fuchsia flowers, with some petals brushed white.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Decora Imperial'
Eastleigh, UK, 1990. Single, red-orange flowers (originally described as dark red). The Decora series are supposed to have white stems.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Decora Rose'
From Eastleigh, UK, 1990. The Decora series are all supposed to have white stems. The flowers are varying stages of mid to very pale pink.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Dr. A. Chibault'
Cross, UK, 1951. Double, dark rose flowers with a reddish center and a lighter reverse.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Eclipse'
Cross, UK, 1951. Semi-double, pale pink flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'El Gaucho'
Schmidt, USA, 1946. (Sport of 'Jester'). Light purple, double flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Emerald'
Double, deep rose pink flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Esmerelda'
Double, warm, dark pink flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Galilee'
Warm, dark, mid pink double flowers with white reverses
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Giroflee'
This is probably incorrect: Our plant has semi double, mid-pink flowers, but the descriptions in the International Register of Pelargonium Cultivars is of double, wine-red flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Golden Tears'
Stringer, UK, 1984. Double pale lilac flowers, golden green foliage, miniature.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Harlequin Alpine Glow'
Magson, c. 1982. The original description says "near purple and white", but this is a dark pink semi double with white streaks.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Harlequin Hilda Day'
This plant is listed in the Pelargonium Register as a zonal with pale mauve and white flowers. This is an ivy leaf with beautiful soft pink and white double flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Harlequin Holiday'
Pale lavender, with white streaks and blotches on the petals; purple blotches and veins.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Harlequin Mahogany'
Magson, UK, 1982. Deep orange-red semi double flowers with white streaks on the centers of the petals.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Harlequin Miss Liver Bird'
Thorp, UK, 1983. Loose rosettes, candy pink with white stripes.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Harlequin Picotee'
Magson, UK, 1982. 'Rouletta' grafted on 'Galilee'. Semi double white flowers with a wide soft pink edging.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Harlequin Pretty Girl'
Magson, UK, 1982. Semi double, near orange and white flowers. UNAVAILABLE FOR 2017
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Harlequin Ted Day'
Double lilac flowers with white stripes.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Helena'
Origin unknown. Loose clusters of vivid cerise flowers with occasional white streaks on the petals.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Her Majesty The Queen'
Syn. 'Her Majesty'. Cannell, UK, 1905. Salmon pink, loose clusters of double flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Hit Parade'
Bode, USA, 1971. Large orange-red flowers,with some white streaks and white reverses to the petals. Free blooming.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Icing Sugar'
J and D James, UK, c. 1988. Very pale thick-petalled flowers that are almost white. A sport of 'Sugar Baby'. It is a dwarf ivy.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Issidel'
Originator unknown. Winner of the 1990 RHS Award of Merit. Dense semi double flowers of vibrant cerise.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Jean Bart'
This name has already been given to a Regal pelargonium. This ivy leaf has carnation type flowers of mid pink with dark streaks around the edges of the petals.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Jips Raffles'
Burgess, UK, 1999. Palest lilac double flowers with faint purple veins on the upper petals. Leaves have a faint dark zone.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'King Edward VII'
Flattened clusters of light lavender pink semi double flowers with cherry veins and marks on the upper petals. This plant does not seem to be one of the four cultivars described in The International Register of Pelargonium Cultivars, which are described as being more red.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'King of the Balcons'
A very prolific flowering Balcon style pelargonium for window boxes and tall containers. The warm dark pink flowers have a two toned effect as they age. One of the classic European pelargoniums found all over Europe.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'La France'
Light lavender semi double flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'La Paz'
Bright pink single flowers that fade white toward the center, with dramatic dark veins veins on the upper petals.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Lady Lexington'
Carobil Farm and Greenhouses, USA, 1973. Semi double, pale lavender flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'L'Elegante'
Cannell, UK, 1868. Single white flowers, and variegated leaves of green, grey, white and red. WARNING Unfortunately, our plants have all sported to all green and all white leaves on pink stems on the same plant and the flowers have changed from white to orange/red. We'll try to get new stock plants next year.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Lili Marlene'
Beckwood, UK, 1976. Double, dark cherry-red flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Lord Baden Powell'
Lemoine, France, 1905. Semi double, pale pink flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Lulu'
Fischer, Germany, 1991. Scarlet, semi double flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Madam Nolan'
Light pink single flowers, lightly veined, with deep red heart-shaped markings on the upper petals
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Madame Crousse'
Cannell, UK, 1900. Warm pink with brown veins and purple blotches.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Madeline Crozy'
Shady Hill, USA, 1988. A hybrid ivy with coral pink flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Magaluf'
Watkins, UK, < 1972. Hybrid ivy. Prominent green and cream leaves. Single neon rose flower with crimson spots on the upper petals. "Supposedly discovered as a sport growing on an unknown cultivar found on a rubbish tip in Spain."
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Mary Lou'
Young's Mesa Nursery, Arroyo Grande, 1985. Coral red double flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Mexican Beauty'
Arndt, USA, c. 1950. A sport of P. 'Comtesse de Grey'. It has semi double, orange-red flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Mini Lilac Cascade'
Swanland, UK, 1990. Very compact growth and single, light lavender flowers with purple steaks on the upper petals.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'M.J. Cole'
Semi double, strong candy-pink flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Mrs. Taylor'
Small, dark pink, double flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Mrs. W.A.R. Clifton'
Clifton, UK, 1920. "Rich scarlet, large flowers."
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Nutmeg Lavender'
Clifford, UK, 1970. Double lavender flowers with a reddish center; leaves have a black zone; compact growth.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Patricia'
Bode, USA, <1969. A Sport of P. 'Sybil Holmes'. Beautifully formed rosebuds of pale pink. SOLD OUT UNTIL END OF SEPTEMBER
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Pearl Eclipse'
Clifton, UK, 1959. Semi double flowers of pearly white. (The flowers were originally described as single).
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Pelfi White Blizzard'
Fischer, Germany, 1997. Very large single white flowers with purple veins on a vigorous plant.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Pink Carnation'
Jones, UK, 1900. A pretty carnation-type double flower. Warm mid pink; edges of the petals indented and with red streaks. SOLD OUT UNTIL JULY, 2016
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Pink Mini Cascade'
Beckwood, UK, 1982. Semi double, salmon-pink flowers with red veins that are stronger on the upper petals. (The original description is for "single, narrow, rose pink flowers with quilled petals.")
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Pink Silver Cloud'
A silver bicolor sport of 'King of the Balcon'. Jerry Stewart reports that this had been patented a number of years ago in the Carolinas as a variegated sport of 'King of Balcon.'
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Ramiro'
Has not yet flowered.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Red Jester'
Dandenong, Australia, 1976. Sport of P. 'Jester'. Bright red flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Rigi'
Single mid pink flowers. Not the same as P. 'Rigi' from Clifton, UK 1964, which is described as "semi double with luminous lilac flowers.'
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Rigoletto'
Elizabeth Blackerby, 1984. P. 'Rio Grande' x P. '?'. Flowers are double and deep velvety purple with a white stripe on the edge of some petals.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Roller's Mark'
Double flowers, mid pink with prominent white streaks in the petals and reddish brown veins.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Roller's Pathfinder'
Rolller, USA, c. 1987. Semi double, mid pink flowers. Foliage netted with cream meshing.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Roller's Pioneer'
Roller, USA, 1984. Hybridized by Carol Roller, then of Southern California. Burgundy red flowers and a meshed green and cream leaf.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Rose Mini Cascade'
Thorp, UK, 1979. Deep pink single flowers with darker veins on the upper petals.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Rose Silver Cascade'
Vernon's, UK, 1991. Silver leaved, cascade variety, strong pink, loose florets tucked into a tight flower head; pale reverse petals.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Rouletta'
Discovered in Mexico, and introduced by Carobil Farm and Greenhouses, Maine, USA, about 1972. Sport of 'Mexican Beauty'. White semi double flowers, with every petal widely bordered with dark crimson; dark green foliage; vigorous trailing.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Ruth Karmen'
Light pink flowers, slightly ruffled, with dark veins on the upper petals
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Salmon Queen'
There is no ivy 'Salmon Queen' listed in the International Register of Pelargonium Cultivars. Has not yet flowered.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Schöne von Grenchen'
Hybrid ivy leaf. Elsner, Germany, 1963. Brilliant orange red, semi double flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Souvenir de Charles Turner'
Cross, UK, 1951. Double flowers of Persian rose.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Spain'
Shady Hill, USA, 1988. Double, bright dark pink flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Spotlight Hotline'
A hybrid ivy leaf with vivid orange, narrow petalled flowers, and leaves finely netted in cream, with a light brown zone.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Spotlight Plum Tart'
Double ruby red flowers with pale veins.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Sugar Baby'
Crane, USA, 1964. Dark pink single flowers. (The original description for this plant notes that the flowers are double.)
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Swanland Lace'
Spink, UK, < 1986. A sport of P. 'White Mesh'. A pale, cold pink, semi double flower. (Originally listed as a double flower.) Foliage has a cream mesh.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Swedish Sweetheart'
A hybrid ivy leaf with loose mid lilac pink clusters of rosebud shaped double flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Sybil Holmes'
Rober, USA, < 1940. Rose pink rosebud type double flowers. Compact growth.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Taj Mahal'
Clusters of glowing scarlet red double flowers with dark brown veins.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'The Crocodile'
Robinson, Australia, 1956. Gold veined green leaves; Double flowers of dark lavender purple with white centers to most of the petals. UNAVAILABLE UNTIL FALL, 2017
$5.00
Pelargonium 'The Joker'
Heard, Australia, <1988. A hybrid ivy leaf which is a sport of 'Queen of Hearts'. This is a double dark lavender flower with a lighter reverse on the petals. (The original description says the plant is a creamy white with a cerise dot in the center. These confused descriptions are so depressing. If you know better, please contact Geraniaceae.)
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Thornlands Marble'
Leaves are marbled cream and green. Rosebud-shaped flowers that are a warm rose color.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Thornlands Mexican Red'
Red, semi double flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Tortoiseshell Tom'
Garnet semi double flowers with pink stripes on the petals.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Valley Court'
Thorp, UK, 1980. Rose colored semi double flowers. The leaves have cream veins.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Variegated Giroflee'
Leaves are irregularly splashed in cream and yellow. The double flowers are purple.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Variegated Surcoup'
Leaves splashed in cream and green. Single crimson and red flowers.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Ville de Rhineland'
A Balcon type pelargonium with flowers of a strong pink with a white center and prominent red veins on the upper petals.
zone 9-10 Sp.-Fa. 24-36" $5.00
Pelargonium 'Wedding Lace'
Swanland, UK, 1992. Sport of 'White Mesh'. Faint yellow netted leaves and palest lavender to almost white double flowers with cherry colored veins.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'White Mesh'
Both, Australia, 1956. A sport from P. 'Comtess de Grey'. Semi double, pink flowers. Leaves with prominent cream veins. UNAVAILABLE UNTIL FALL, 2017
$5.00
Pelargonium 'White Mini Cascade'
White single flowers with narrow, curling lower petals, and upper petals that taper to broad ends and are strongly veined in maroon.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Woods Surprise'
Wood, Australia, <1967. Pale lilac flowers. Leaves are heavily marbled in cream and white. Compact growth. Mr. W.H. Wood's plant was traced back to Ms. Melbabird's plant. Known in the U.S. as P. 'Sunset Marble', <1988. Carol Roller wrote that it was imported from Australia by Young's Mesa Nursery, Arroyo Grande, CA in 1983. Supposedly derived from 'Nutmeg Lavender', P. 'Sunset Marble' was found and named by Ms. Melbabird in Victoria, Australia, about 1967. The plant is also known as P. 'Woods Surprise.'
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Yarrabee Fairies'
Single lavender flowers with cherry colored veins and blotches.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Zeebra Fire'
Morf, Australia, 1985. Double flowers of fire-red striped white.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Zeebra Girl'
Morf, Australia, < 1984. P. 'Giroflee' x P. 'Rouletta'. Purple flowers striped in white. SOLD OUT UNTIL JULY, 2016.
$5.00
Pelargonium 'Zeebra Lee'
Morf, Australia, c. 1984. Clusters of small rose shaped flowers of a light lavender pink with white centers. There is a green bud in the center of the flowers.
$5.00
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