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Geraniums Annuals

Annual Geraniums generally seed very freely and some care should be taken when planting them in the garden. They go through their entire life cycle in one growing season, so seeds can be started in the spring, and the plant will grow, flower, and die by the end of the summer. No climate zone information is given for these plants, as the seeds should be planted after the last frost.
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Picture Name Zone Season Size Price  
Geranium columbinum
(Europe, W. Asia) Small, deeply divided, dark green leaves; white, funnel-shaped flowers. Seeds prolifically.
zone NA Sp. 8x10" $6.00 Available April/May 2016
Geranium lucidum
(Eur., Afr., S.W. and Central China) Glossy, mid green, deeply divided, rounded leaves with very small deep pink flowers that become white in the center; good autumn color. Seeds everywhere, but easy to scrape up.
zone NA Sp.,Su., Fa. 8x10" $6.00 Available April/May 2016
Geranium ocellatum
(Saudi Arabia) Small, deep pink flowers with a black center on a sprawling plant; seeds freely.
zone NA Sp.-Su. 6-12x15-30" $6.00 Available April/May 2016
Geranium robertianum 'Celtic White'
An albino form of Geranium robertianum, originally thought to have been traced to Sir Charles Isham by A. E. Bowles (1914). It forms masses of low growing white starry flowers, .4 of an inch in diameter with notched petals over deeply divided ferny dark green leaves.

Unlike the rambunctious species G. robertianum, which cannot be recommended for the garden, this plant is relatively well behaved. Be sure to sow seed or transplant seedlings in the spring after all danger of frost is past.
zone (all zones after danger of frost is past) 6-12x12 in. $6.00
Geranium robertianum f. albiflorum
(Eur., Asia, Afr.) Thin, red-brown stems, delicately divided, hairy leaves with a pungent smell; white flowers with brown sepals; an incredibly aggressive spreader.
zone NA Sp.-Fa. 18x18" $6.00 Available April/May 2016
Geranium yeoi (formerly as Geranium rubescens)
(Madeira) (Formerly G. rubescens) Annual or biennial with beetroot-red stems and leaf petioles, small deep-pink flowers with a reddish center; seeds aggressively.
zone 8-10 Sp.-Su. 24x36" $6.00 Available April/May 2016
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Plant of the Month

Carolyn's Citrine

Photo by Donn C. Reiners

'Carolyn's Citrine' was discovered by Lance Reiners of Santa Cruz, California and named for his father Donn's wife, Carolyn. It is very dramatic pelargonium with bright yellow cordate (heart shaped) leaves with a variable mid green central blotch and bright lavender pink flowers with a network of reddish purple veins on the two large upper petals. The three lower petals are narrow and unmarked. It grows up to three to five feet high and wide, but can be kept smaller with judicious pruning. It should be grown in temperatures above 32 degrees F. It is patented and propagation is restricted to licensed propagators.

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