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Best Sellers of 2008 1-25 | 26-50 | 51-75 | 76-100

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Rank Plant
26
Geranium palmatum
Geraniums (Shade)
(Madeira) Biennial; strikingly shiny, bold green leaves; mid pink flowers fading magenta to center, purple glandular hairs on the flowering stems. Seeds prolifically, but easy to remove.
27 Geranium sinense
Geraniums (Borders and Bedding)
Large glossy trilobed leaves. Numerous little flowers in the shape of shooting stars in a rich maroon. Locate it in the garden where you can look at the flowers up close.
28
Geranium sanguineum 'Holden'
Geraniums (Borders and Bedding)
Small, spreading plant; small dark green, dissected and softly-lobed leaves; bright rose-pink flowers with red veins and notched petals.
29
Geranium 'Spinners'
Geraniums (Borders and Bedding)
(G. pratense x ?) From Axletree Nursery, 1990. Similar to G. clarkei 'Kashmir Purple'. Deeply dissected, mid green leaves; bluish-purple flowers with reddish to translucent veins.
30
Pelargonium 'Aldebaran'
Pelargoniums (Angel and Pansy-Face)
(Kapac, 2004) Softly hairy light green leaves that are partially dissected, and have toothed margins; flowers apricot with dark red blotches on upper petals, small blotches and veins on lower petals.
31
Geranium cinereum Group 'Laurence Flatman'
Geraniums (Rock Gardens and Containers)
Gray-green leaves; light lavender flowers with dark, reddish-pink blotches and veins.
32
Geranium magnificum
Geraniums (Borders and Bedding)
Dark green, quilted foliage with large, violet-blue flowers with deep purple veins; concentrated bloom in the spring and sporadically thereafter.
33
Pelargonium 'Tip Top Duet'
Pelargoniums (Angel and Pansy-Face)
(Taylor, 1981) From P. 'Madam Layal' and an unnamed seedling. Compact plant with mid green foliage and many flowers. Lower petals mauve with two upper petals of mauve with overlay of maroon. Very floriferous over a long period.
34
Pelargonium 'Brilliant'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(rose) Shallowly lobed, leathery, dark green leaves. Dark cerise flowers becoming pale in the center. Darker cerise veins.
35
Geranium pratense 'Mrs. Kendall Clark'
Geraniums (Borders and Bedding)
From Mrs. Joy Jones. U.K. Dark green leaves; pale gray-blue flowers with white veins. (Not the 'Mrs. Kendall Clark' mentioned in Dr. Yeo's "Hardy Geraniums", but beautiful notwithstanding).
36
Pelargonium 'Islington Peppermint'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(peppermint) A cross between P. tomentosum and P. 'Splendide'. A smaller paler green version of P. tomentosum, with small bi-colored flowers of deep reddish black on the upper petals and white with mauve markings on the lower petals.
37


Geranium cinereum Group 'Purple Pillow'
Geraniums (Rock Gardens and Containers)
The usual ashy-gray leaves and stunning purple flowers with dark veins. From Bridgemere Nursery, UK.
38
Pelargonium 'Chocolate Mint'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(mint) Densely felted, very large, mid green leaves with prominent brown blotches. Sprawling plant to 36"; good in containers. Hardy to 25 degrees F.
39
Pelargonium 'Lady Plymouth'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(light rose) Pale green leaves margined in cream. Small, pale rose flowers in umbels. Compact; excellent container plant.
40
Geranium phaeum
Geraniums (Shade)
(mtns. of S. and Central Eur.) Mid green leaves with strong internodal blotches; deep maroon to dark brown flowers with a whitish base. (S)
41
Geranium cinereum Group 'Carol'
Geraniums (Rock Gardens and Containers)
One inch bright pink flowers with fine dark veins. The flowers have a velvety appearance, which makes the color seem luminous. Very floriferous" From Darwin Plants and Border Alpines' Carl Lowe. PPAF
42
Pelargonium 'Copthorne'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(cedar) Large, broadly lobed mid green leaves. Large, light purple-pink flowers with wine blotches and veins on upper petals; blooms over a long period.
43
Pelargonium 'Ardwyck Cinnamon'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(cinnamon) Soft gray-green leaves; sprays of small white flowers; compact and handsome pot plant.
44
Pelargonium echinatum 4995, Van Jaarsveld
Pelargoniums (Species and Primary Hybrids)
From Eselfontein. Tuberous roots; large clear light purple flowers with dark blotches on the upper petals only; summer dormant.
45
Pelargonium 'Sancho Panza'
Pelargoniums (Angel and Pansy-Face)
(Telston Nurseries, U.K.) Large, wavy petals in deep plum with lavender edging, drooping branches to 18". Roundish flowers, wonderful for hanging baskets. Early bloomer.
46
Pelargonium 'Aroma'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(green-apple scent) Shallowly lobed and curly light green leaves. Tiny white flowers. Handsome container plant.
47
Pelargonium 'Candy Dancer'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(lemon rose) (Australia) Similar to P. 'Dr. Livingstone', but leaves finer and smaller. Pink flowers.
48

Pelargonium 'Rollison's Unique'
Pelargoniums (Uniques)
(pungent) Ruffled leaves and strong rose-magenta flowers. Very showy.
49
Geranium himalayense 'Gravetye'
Geraniums (Borders and Bedding)
Mid green leaves; blue flowers with reddish-purple flush in the center.
50
Pelargonium 'Jer'rey'
Pelargoniums (Angel and Pansy-Face)
(Kapac) Small, deeply dissected, deep green leaves. Deep purple petals with pale edgings. Beautiful plant in flower.

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Plant of the Month


Monsonia speciosa


This is an unusual member of the Geranium Family. The leaf lobes are very fine and narrow, and the flowers look like white tissue paper with notched margins and a pink central blotch. The anthers are orange. The plant grows in the winter and flowers in the spring. It must be allowed to go dormant during the summer. At that time all water should be withheld. It does well in a container, but should be protected from temperatures below freezing in the winter. It can be propagated from root cuttings or seeds. The roots are bright yellow and semi fibrous. It comes from the winter rainfall areas of the Western Cape of South Africa and grows in sandy loam.

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