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Maria Schiltmans

1 day 15 hours ago

Hello, I am Maria Schiltmans I love gardening and special plants such as geraniums the permanent for the garden and the special Pelargoniums that I find very beautiful and would like to start there myself then this beautiful site is a good start to learn how they grow and what…

Matt Matt

2 hours 53 minutes ago

See our Katya talking about her exciting collection of Campylia section pelargoniums in the new video that has been uploaded on our website 😀

Lucie Vialle Ferry

18 hours 47 minutes ago

Matt Matt

1 day 13 hours ago

Delighted to announce that after weeks of Alan 's hard work the 2018 Group Seed Exchange List is almost ready for distribution! I was given a sneek preview and was it has more than 780 entries! It will be announced on 2 Feb by email to all active members of…

Matt Matt

1 day 2 hours ago

S l'heritieri just before flowering at Wildeperdehoek Pass in N Cape - I was probably early by about two weeks I suppose 🙁 Still, saw some tremendously old shrubs, 75 cm high - I like their waxy, blue-grey appearance. 🙂

Matt Matt

5 days 45 minutes ago

Finally got to sowing yesterday! 🙂 I use 1/2 commercial sowing mix and 1/2 perlite, and about 1 cm of fine grit on top to discourage algal growth. I push the seeds (with the "wing" snapped off) into the grit, a few mm beneath the surface, and cover them. I…

Federico Cerminara

4 days 21 hours ago

Buon pomeriggio ragazzi qualcuno saprebbe indicarmi qualche pubblicazione in lingua italiana sui pelargonium? Grazie.

Jan Movitz

2 days 16 hours ago

A tiny Pelargonium observed on a rather wet mountain slope outside Prince Alfred´s Hamlet in November 2017. In cultivation this species grows as a weed but in nature it is quite cute. The plant is just a few cm high and the flowers a few mm. I think it is…

Joseph HIdalgo

2 days 1 hour ago

Nearly 2am Feeling inspired. Both Pelargoniums crassipes and quinquelobatum are blooming. If successful, quinquelobatum will carry the seed.