Shopping Basket Best Sellers Plant of the Month

Best Sellers of 2010

Best Sellers of 2010 1-25 | 26-50 | 51-75 | 76-100

Best Sellers Of All-Time | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019

Rank Plant
26


Geranium phaeum 'Album'
Geraniums (Shade)
Mid green leaves; white flowers. (S)

UNAVAILABLE UNTIL APRIL 2016
27
Pelargonium 'Apricot'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(syn. ' Paton's Unique') (spicy) Bright, cherry-colored flowers with white throat. Shiny leathery divided leaves of deep green.
28
Geranium oxonianum 'Julie Brennan'
Geraniums (Ground Covers)
Flowers are dark pink with a network of dark red-purple veins. (S)
29
Geranium pratense 'Plenum Violaceum'
Geraniums (Borders and Bedding)
Dark green leaves; small, perfectly shaped, double, violet-colored flowers. NOT AVAILABLE IN 2019 - We're so sorry, but there was a crop failure.
30
Geranium cantabrigiense 'Cambridge'
Geraniums (Ground Covers)
Compact, shiny, deep-green leaves; light blue-pink flowers that fade to pale pink in the center.
31
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.
32
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.
33
Geranium phaeum var. lividum 'Rose Madder'
Geraniums (Shade)
Introduced by Trevor Bath, United Kingdom, around 1986. Mid green leaves; flowers are reddish-pink and a most unusual color for this species. (S)
34

Geranium cantabrigiense 'Biokovo'
Geraniums (Ground Covers)
Mid green leaves, slightly glossy; white flowers with a pink flush, rose stamens and yellow anthers; flowers become pale rusty pink as they age. The Perennial Plant Association in the United States named it 2015 Perennial Plant of the Year.
35

Geranium phaeum 'Springtime'
Geraniums (Shade)
(PP13,785) "Very attractive white-marbled foliage which later develops a ring of red blotches and continues to look good after flowering." Mid reddish-brown flowers. From Darwin Plants. (S)
36
Pelargonium crispum
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(strong lemon scent) A selection with an unusually large flowers. Tiny, crinkled leaves. Upright growth to 18" in container. Flowers lavender with slight raspberry feathering in throat of upper petals.
37
Pelargonium 'Bosham'
Pelargoniums (Angel and Pansy-Face)
(Pearce) Cherry and white flowers; blooms profusely.
38
Pelargonium 'Charmay Aria'
Pelargoniums (Angel and Pansy-Face)
(Attfield) Flowers are round in shape and velvety-purple, with a fine, white edge.
39
Pelargonium 'Lara Bounty'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(rose) Light green deeply dissected leaves; frilly mid-pink flowers with deep red blotches and purple veins on upper petals.
40
Pelargonium 'Abundance'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(lemon) From Carol Roller in Southern California. Large P. crispum-type leaves with shallowly dentate margins; light lavender flowers; very attractive container plant.
41
Pelargonium 'Quantock May'
Pelargoniums (Angel and Pansy-Face)
(Dymond, 1999) Frilly pink flower; lower petals white flushed pink.
42
Pelargonium 'Arucana'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(flowery/gardenia) From J. Kapac, in Val Verde, in Southern California. Fast growing and spreading, and good for baskets. Late bloomer. Primitive narrow petalled flowers of lilac-pink, whose upper petals are ruffled.
43
Geranium sylvaticum 'Amy Doncaster'
Geraniums (Shade)
Deep violet-blue flowers with a white eyes. We do have plenty of G. sylvaticum 'Mayflower'. UNAVAILABLE IN 2018
44
Pelargonium 'The Mole'
Pelargoniums (Angel and Pansy-Face)
(Selley, 1994) Top petals deep reddish purple becoming light lavender at the base; bottom petals are light lavender with deeper veins; leaves slightly scented.
45 Geranium 'Jolly Bee'
Geraniums (Borders and Bedding)
We are only selling G. 'Rozanne'. Unfortunately, Geranium 'Jolly Bee' is no longer commercially available.
46
Geranium pratense 'Black Beauty'
Geraniums (Borders and Bedding)
After having loved G. pratense 'Midnight Reiter' for years, we must reluctantly confess that G. pratense 'Black Beauty' is a better plant. It is more vigorous, more floriferous and you don't have to look for it with a hand lens. Deep maroon leaves and blue flowers.
47
Pelargonium caffrum
Pelargoniums (Species and Primary Hybrids)
Tuberous rooted, night-scented; leaves with very divided lobes; flowers of wine-red with fimbriated petals; tuberous rooted, night scented; winter dormant.
48


Pelargonium sidoides
Pelargoniums (Species and Primary Hybrids)
Thickened roots; rosettes of small rounded gray green leaves; long arching flowering stems with narrow petalled burgundy colored flowers.
49
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.
50

Pelargonium 'Rollison's Unique'
Pelargoniums (Uniques)
(pungent) Ruffled leaves and strong rose-magenta flowers. Very showy.

Best Sellers of 2010 1-25 | 26-50 | 51-75 | 76-100

Best Sellers Of All-Time | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019

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.

Phone (415) 461-4168
Fax (415) 461-7209
Email geraniac@pacbell.net

Erodiums

Borders and Bedding
Rock Gardens and Containers
Shade

Geraniums

Annuals
Borders and Bedding
Ground Covers
Rock Gardens and Containers
Scramblers and Crawlers
Shade

Pelargoniums

Angel and Pansy-Face
Fancy Leaf
Hybrid
Ivies
Regal Pelargoniums
Rosebud Pelargoniums
Scented-Leaf
Sentimental Favorites
Species and Primary Hybrids
Uniques

Reference

Plant Care
Links and References
Contact Information

Privacy Policy

©2019 Geraniaceae. All Rights Reserved.