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Rank Plant
1
Pelargonium 'Appleblossom Rosebud'
Pelargoniums (Rosebud Pelargoniums)
A Zonal Pelargonium with tight white rosebud flowers that are highlighted in a warm pink on the outer edges.
2
Pelargonium graveolens 'Attar of Roses'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(rose) The best of the rose scents: strong and very sweet. Small pale lavender flowers in umbels.
3


Geranium 'Rozanne'
Geraniums (Borders and Bedding)
(G. wallichianum 'Buxton's Variety x G. himalayense) Very floriferous and heat tolerant; "masses of iridescent multi-toned blue flowers with serrated leaves."
4
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.
5
Pelargonium fragrans 'Variegatum'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(nutmeg) Irregularly lobed leaves having milky-green centers with chartreuse edging. Tiny white flowers with rose streaks on upper petals. See P. x fragrans 'Snowy Nutmeg' for green and cream leaves.
6
Pelargonium 'Pink Rosebud'
Pelargoniums (Rosebud Pelargoniums)
Washbrooke, UK, 1983. Luscious pale pink rosebud pelargonium. Also known as 'Noele Gordon'.
7
Pelargonium 'Georgia Peach'
Pelargoniums (Regal Pelargoniums)
R Schmidt USA 1969 Peach pink, seven petals per flower, especially good under electric light for cut flower work. IRCPC
8
Geranium 'Orion'
Geraniums (Borders and Bedding)
From Brian Kabbes, The Netherlands. A seedling of G. 'Brookside.' Large dark green dissected leaves, and very large mid blue flowers over three inches across.
9
Pelargonium 'Rosebud Supreme'
Pelargoniums (Rosebud Pelargoniums)
It is described in the international Register of Pelargonium Cultivars as being first described in the Morden catalog, U.K., 1974. It is a scarlet rosebud pelargonium with pale reverses to the petals. It is supposed to be a dwarf, although our nursery plants seem to be the same size as the other rosebud pelargoniums.
10
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.
11

Pelargonium ionidiflorum
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(celery) A small, woody shrublet. Very distinctive broadly lobed leaves with dissected and toothed margins. Narrow petaled flowers of deep rose-pink. Tolerant of high summer and low winter temperatures. Flowers most of the year. Well-drained soil.
12

Pelargonium 'Balcon Royale'
Pelargoniums (Ivies)
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.
13
Pelargonium 'Strawberry'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(sweet strawberry candy) Dissected and toothed, small, mid green leaves. Very fragrant. Flowers have pale lilac-white petals with raspberry and plum veins and streaks on upper petals.
14
Pelargonium 'Fragrant Frosty'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(patented) (rose) P. graveolens-type leaves which are tipped with cream. A striking plant.
15
Pelargonium 'Mrs. Pollock'
Pelargoniums (Fancy Leaf)
Grieve, UK 1858. 'Emperor of the French' x P. 'Gold Pheasant'. Large rich reddish brown zone on green leaves with a margin of golden-yellow; leaves have sharper lobes than Mr. Henry Cox' The double flowers are red-orange. AVAILABLE IN APRIL 1, 2018
16
Pelargonium 'Ginger'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(ginger) Soft, leathery, dark green leaves on vigorous upright plants. Lavender flowers with cherry veins on upper petals.
17
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).
18
Pelargonium 'Cook's Rosebud'
Pelargoniums (Rosebud Pelargoniums)
From Waldo Cook, Kansas. Date unknown. Rich red rosebuds in a tight cluster. Small, zonal type leaves that become darker in strong light.
19
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.
20
Pelargonium 'Marbacka'
Pelargoniums (Sentimental Favorites)
This is a Swedish pelargonium, and the flower was named after the home of Selma Lagerlöf, the author who won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1909. The flowers are pale pink and the plant has compact growth, with long flowering stems. NOT AVAILABLE UNTIL FALL, 2018.
21
Pelargonium 'Sister Henry'
Pelargoniums (Rosebud Pelargoniums)
Sandy Connerley and Jean Hausermann have come up with a list of 21 rosebud-type pelargoniums. of which Geraniaceae has 8. 'Sister Henry' has very loose clusters of dark pink rosebuds. SOLD OUT UNTIL SPRING, 2020. Please don't ask for it until then.
22

Geranium sanguineum 'Elke'
Geraniums (Borders and Bedding)
Charming form of G. sanguineum; mid pink flowers have a small white eye and white petal edges.
23 Geranium pratense 'Delft Blue'
Geraniums (Borders and Bedding)
From De Vrooman, an improved form of G. pratense 'Striatum' ['Splish Splash']. These flowers are more reliably splashed with streaks and dots of lavender-blue.
24
Pelargonium 'Ardwyck Cinnamon'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(cinnamon) Soft gray-green leaves; sprays of small white flowers; compact and handsome pot plant.
25
Pelargonium 'Prince of Orange'
Pelargoniums (Scented-Leaf)
(orange) Slightly leathery small mid green leaves on an upright shrubby plant; pale pink flowers with attractive blotches and veins.

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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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