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Best Sellers of 2011

Best Sellers of 2011 1-25 | 26-50 | 51-75 | 76-100

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Rank Plant
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Pelargonium 'Schottii'
Pelargoniums (Species and Primary Hybrids)
(syn. P. 'Red Dragon') Gray hairy feathery leaves; rich purple flowers with black blotches on all petals; thought to be an early 19th century hybrid of P. lobatum; water sparingly in the summer.
27
Geranium 'Tiny Monster'
Geraniums (Borders and Bedding)
(G. sanguineum 'Ankum's Pride x G. psilostemon) From Rolf Offenthal, Countess Helen von Stein's nursery, Germany, 1999. Large flowers of crimson purple-red with dark veins.
28

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.
29
Geranium oxonianum 'Wageningen'
Geraniums (Ground Covers)
Compact, handsome plant with bright salmon-pink flowers. (S)
30

Pelargonium cotyledonis
Pelargoniums (Species and Primary Hybrids)
An unusual squat tree like plant with a thick trunk and succulent branches shaped like sausages; dark green cordate leaves with conspicuous veins; plants are dormant for part of the year. Flowers are white and regular on a branched inflorescence. The only pelargonium flowers with no veins.
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 barklyi
Pelargoniums (Species and Primary Hybrids)
Beautiful light green leaves with a dark Z.around the edge and a red reverse, large creamy white flowers; tuberous, summer dorman). SOLD OUT FOR 2019 AND 2020
33
Geranium phaeum 'Margaret Wilson'
Geraniums (Shade)
From Axeltree Nursery, U.K., 1997. The most stunning of all variegated geraniums, with reticulated yellow leaves, and light bluish-purple flowers. UNAVAILABLE, 2016.
34
Pelargonium citronellum
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(syn. P. 'Mabel Grey') (lemon) Harshly hairy, rough, mid green, veined leaves. Strongest of all the lemon scents. Reddish-pink flowers with darker veins and blotches. Makes a good standard.
35

Geranium psilostemon
Geraniums (Borders and Bedding)
(N.E. Turkey, S.W. Cauc.) Large, mid green divided leaves, magenta flowers with a black center.

AVAILABLE 2016
36
Pelargonium 'Ardens'
Pelargoniums (Species and Primary Hybrids)
A hybrid of P. lobatum and P. fulgidum from the 19th century; glowing orange red flowers with dark brown blotches and veins on all petals. Only summer dormant in hot summer areas. SOLD OUT UNTIL 2019.
37
Geranium macrorrhizum 'Album'
Geraniums (Ground Covers)
Dark green, pungent leaves; white flowers flushed pale pink with lightest pink veins; red calyces.
38
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.
39
Geranium maculatum 'Beth Chatto' (formerly Geranium maculatum 'Chatto')
Geraniums (Shade)
Light pink, largish flowers.
40
Pelargonium 'Bosham'
Pelargoniums (Angel and Pansy-Face)
(Pearce) Cherry and white flowers; blooms profusely.
41
Pelargonium odoratissimum 'The Big Apple'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
Very large dark green leaves; small white flowers with purple veins .
42

Geranium pyrenaicum
Geraniums (Shade)
(S.W. Eur. east to Cauc.) Small, abundant, lavender flowers with deeply notched petals over rounded, scalloped, mid green leaves. Seeds vigorously. (S)
43
Pelargonium 'Mme. Nonin'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(apricot) "Double" form of P. 'Apricot' (P. 'Paton's Unique'); cherry-colored flowers whose petals are so ruffled that they give the appearance of double flowers.
44
Geranium oxonianum 'Rebecca Moss'
Geraniums (Ground Covers)
From Robin Moss in 1993 and named after his daughter, distributed by Axletree Nursery, U.K. Very pale pink flowers. (S)
45
Pelargonium 'Charmay Aria'
Pelargoniums (Angel and Pansy-Face)
(Attfield) Flowers are round in shape and velvety-purple, with a fine, white edge.
46
Geranium cinereum Group 'Ballerina'
Geraniums (Rock Gardens and Containers)
Gray-green leaves; lavender flowers with wine-colored veins and dark centers.
47
Geranium oxonianum f. thurstonianum 'Southcombe Double'
Geraniums (Ground Covers)
From Southcombe Garden Plant Nursery, U.K. Small, salmon-pink flowers with numerous petalloid stamens, giving a double effect, like a powder puff. Sometimes produces single flowers at the beginning and end of the growing season. (S)
48
Pelargonium 'Maria Garcia'
Pelargoniums (Angel and Pansy-Face)
(Kapac) Compact plant with leaves that have a woodsy fragrance; flowers in clusters; red with a touch of orange with white throats and darker veining on the upper petals. Very floriferous. Named for Jay Kapak's loyal friend.
49
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.
50
Pelargonium 'Quantock May'
Pelargoniums (Angel and Pansy-Face)
(Dymond, 1999) Frilly pink flower; lower petals white flushed pink.

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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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