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Best Sellers of 2017 1-25 | 26-50 | 51-75 | 76-100

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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.
27
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.
28 Geranium macrorrhizum 'Pindus'
Geraniums (Ground Covers)
Form collected in N. Greece by Bill Baker, from Elizabeth Strangman, U.K. Mid green leaves, small and quite shiny; flowers are light magenta with bright red calyces. Less heat tolerant than other forms of G. macrorrhizum.
29
Pelargonium 'Ginger'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(ginger) Soft, leathery, dark green leaves on vigorous upright plants. Lavender flowers with cherry veins on upper petals.
30
Geranium oxonianum 'A. T. Johnson'
Geraniums (Ground Covers)
Luminous, soft pink flowers. A better landscaping plant than G. x oxonianum 'Wargrave Pink,' with which it is often confused. (S)
31
Pelargonium 'Lord Bute'
Pelargoniums (Regal Pelargoniums)
(small flowered Regal) From 1910 An old variety with flowers that are a very dark purple maroon edged with carmine. Featured in large containers at Sissinghurst in England and of interest to many of their garden visitors.
32
Pelargonium 'Billy Barnes'
Pelargoniums (Angel and Pansy-Face)
Dark pink upper petals, lower petals with light pink streaks. Hybridized by Jim Zemcik.
33
Pelargonium bowkeri
Pelargoniums (Species and Primary Hybrids)
Tuberous rooted, night-scented; finely dissected leaves; fimbriated flowers colored taupe with a yellow green base; purple veins on lower petals; winter dormant. NOT AVAILABLE IN 2019
34
Geranium incanum 'Sugar Plum'
Geraniums (Scramblers and Crawlers)
A form named by Monique Simone, Weidner's Nursery, Encinitas, CA. Green, very dissected leaves; ruby-colored flowers.
35
Pelargonium 'Mystery'
Pelargoniums (Uniques)
Frances Hartsook, USA 1961. Clusters of dark velvety red flowers with almost black blotches Thought to be P x domesticum x P. 'Old Scarlet Unique'.
36
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.
37
Geranium cantabrigiense (from Jean Poligne, France)
Geraniums (Ground Covers)
A vigorous pink form of G. x cantabrigiense with glossy leaves and mid pink flowers.
38
Pelargonium 'St. Elmo's Fire'
Pelargoniums (Sentimental Favorites)
A Stellar. Deeply divided leaves, and very narrow, divided salmon flowers. Dwarf. SOLD OUT UNTIL FALL, 2018
39
Geranium macrorrhizum 'White-Ness'
Geraniums (Ground Covers)
A selection from the Ness Botanic Garden, distributed by Crug Farm Plants in Wales. Compact plant with mid green leaves; white flowers with no hint of pink, green calyces.
40

Geranium pyrenaicum 'Bill Wallis'
Geraniums (Shade)
Strongly colored purple flowers; flowering stems colored dark red. (S)
41
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.
42

Pelargonium schizopetalum
Pelargoniums (Species and Primary Hybrids)
Eastern Cape of South Africa; tuberous rooted; leaves large and softly lobed; flowers with fimbriate petals, upper petals pale yellow to green; lower petals dark browny-pink.
43
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.
44
Pelargonium 'Clorinda'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(forest) Sweet, aromatic, foresty scent. Huge rangy plants, up to 36" in container. Makes good standard. Large soft mid green leaves. Large, shocking-pink flowers with red blotches and maroon veins.
45
Geranium 'Phillipe Vapelle'
Geraniums (Borders and Bedding)
(G. renardii x G. platypetalum) Distributed by Axletree Nursery, U.K. Large, quilted, mid green leaves; deeply notched, bluish-purple flowers with dark veins.
46
Pelargonium 'Pink Champagne'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(lime) Dark green, leathery, lobed leaves. Large flowers have shocking-pink edges fading to blue-pink with darker veins.
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 denticulatum 'Filicifolium'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(pungent) Seed field collected in South Africa. Finely dissected sticky, hairy leaves and pale lavender flowers.
49
Geranium maculatum 'Elizabeth Ann'
Geraniums (Shade)
" (PP 11,252) A stunning selection from a garden in Maryland and named for the owner's niece. Rich brown leaves with green midribs, and lilac-pink flowers.
50
Pelargonium 'Cook's Apple Cider'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(apple cider) Small, ruffled, soft, light green leaves. Sprays of tiny white flowers.

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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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