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This is a catch-all group of plants, some of which date back to the 1860s in the UK and others of which have been recently hybridized by Jay Kapac in Southern California. They are generally strong growers. The flowers can be small, but the plants are very floriferous. Not all in this group appear to be related to each other.
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Pelargonium 'Amelita'
A new hybrid by Jay Kapac of Southern California. It is named for Amelita Rose Wong, a dedicated collector of pelargoniums. It has dark orange red flowers with large dark brown blotches and veins on the upper petals and small brown blotches on the lower petals.
Pelargonium 'Aprille'
A new hybrid from Jay Kapac of Southern California. Named for Aprille Curtis. The flowers are a vivid scarlet with dark maroon blotches and veins on the upper petals.
Pelargonium 'Bolero'
A Frances Hartsook hybrid using P. 'Old Scarlet Unique'. 1972. "Bright neon rose pink, with almost black centers. Leaf greyish-green".
Pelargonium 'Claire'
A new hybrid from the talented Jay Kapac from Southern California. Glowing ember red flowers with dark maroon blotches covering most of the upper petals. Named for Claire Lunt of Southern California.
Pelargonium 'Cynthia'
A new hybrid from Jay Kapac of Southern California. A beautiful orange pelargonium with pale orange lower petals, dark orange upper petals with a central brown blotch and veins. Named for Cynthia Pardoe of Southern California, a leading luminary in the preservation of heirloom Regals.
Pelargonium 'Flor de Fuego'
Hybrdized by Jay Kapac, southern California. Brilliant orange red flowers with dark brown blotches and veins on upper petals, with faint brown streaks on lower petals.
Pelargonium 'Mystery'
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'.
Pelargonium 'Old Scarlet Unique'
Very large, lobed and serrated leaves in pale green. Red flowers with a dark brown blotch on upper petals.
$6.00 Four-inch
Pelargonium 'Polka'
Unique From Frances Hartsook, USA, 1972 (P. 'Old Scarlet Unique' x ? Glowing orange upper petals and paler orange lower petals. Brownish blotches on upper petals and purple veins. Very floriferous.
Pelargonium 'Robin's Unique'
Small dark green narrowly lobed leaves; little umbel-like clusters of red flowers. Compact plant.
$6.00 Four-inch
Pelargonium 'Rollison's Unique'
(pungent) Ruffled leaves and strong rose-magenta flowers. Very showy.
$6.00 Four-inch
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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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