IGG Digital Library and Booklist


  • IGG Species Check-lists (Geraniales Vol. 1). All A4 size paperback 1-899742-00-X. Edition 5: includes corrections from the professional botanists working on the genus up to 1994, and includes all latinised names for the 5 core genera and Hypseocharis. Download the volumes here (Members only).
    • Part 1, Erodium, ed. 5, ISBN 1-899742-63-8; 224 pages. Taxonomy, complete species analysis, advisor G. G. Guittonneau, Orleans. Ecology, notes especially for the Eastern Mediterranean species.
    • Part 2, Geranium, ed. 5, 2004, ISBN 1-899742-61-1, 169 pages. All latinised names, synonyms too; many descriptions, ecology, notes. Advisor P. F. Yeo.
    • Part 3, Monsonia, ed. 5, 2011, ISBN 1-899742-03-4. All species described. Checked against Venter’ s Monograph.
    • Part 4, Pelargonium, ed. 5, 2004, ISBN 1-899742-60-3, 178 pages. 284 species, many descriptions. Advisors: J. J. A. van der Walt, P. Vorster, E. M. Marais, M. Gibby.
    • Part 5, Sarcocaulon, ed. 5, 2011, ISBN 1-899742-05-0. All species described; improved data and coordinate with Monsonia. Checked against Moffett’ s Monograph.
  • Proceedings of the International Geraniaceae Symposium. Edited by P. Vorster, Stellenbosch 1990, Geraniaceae Group reprint 1994, ISBN 1-899742-11-5. 356 pages, b&w illus. 18 papers; including evolutionary trends by P. F. Yeo, Sarcocaulon by Prof. Moffett, Monsonia by Prof. Venter, Hypseocharis by Dr. Link, etc. Download the Proceedings here (Members only).
  • The Geraniaceae of Robert Sweet, 1820-1830: Index and Discussion, compiled by R. Clifton, The Geraniacea Group Second Edition, August 1998, edition 2 ISBN 1-899742-34-4. Download the Proceedings here (Members only)
  • Henry Andrews and Geraniaceae, 1798-1828: Index and Discussion, compiled by R. Clifton, The Geraniaceae Group Edition 2, October 2000,  ISBN 1-899742-47-6. Download the Index here (Members only)
  • Calendar for Ordines Naturales of major botanical events 1682-1800, with special attention to the French botanists Adanson and Antoine, Bernard & Laurent de Jussieu comparing their output to that of Linnaeus, calendar by R. Clifton, Experimental Draft February 2009. Download the Calendar here (Members only)


  • A Monograph of Monsonia L., by Hendrik Johannes Tjaart Venter, PhD Thesis, University of the Orange Free State, 1980. 25 species illustrated in line drawings by Juliet Williamson and Yuen Fang Tan. Chapters on ecology, geographic distribution, taxonomic position, evolutionary trends. Sarcocaulon not yet included as a section. Download the entire volume here (52 MB).


  • Taxonomic studies in Pelargonium Section Hoarea, by E. M. Marais, 1994, ISBN 1-899742-42-5. 60 species illustrated full-page in black & white. Artist Ellaphie WardHilhorst. Tuberous species, including DNA and chromosome data; chapters on taxonomy, pollen, comparative morphology, maps, ecology, synonymy. Download the entire volume here (130 MB).
    • Part 1 (36 MB) – Introduction; Materials and Methods; Macromorphology; Leaf Anatomy; Palynology; Geographical Distribution, Ecology and Pollination; Discussion and Conclusions
    • Part 2 (31 MB) – Taxonomic Treatment; Fissifolium Group; Pinnatum Group; Attenuatum Group; Proliferum Group
    • Part 3 (44 MB)Heterophyllum Group; Aciculatum Group; Luteum Group; Incrassatum Group; Luteolum Group; Rapaceum Group
    • Part 4 (31 MB) – Auritum Group; Triphyllum Group; Punctatum Group; Insufficiently Known Species; Acknowledgments, References; Index
  • Revision der Pelargonium-Sektion Peristera (Geraniaceae), Revision of Pelargonium section Peristera (Geraniaceae), by D. Hellbrügge, PhD Thesis, Westfällische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, 1997. In German. Download the entire volume here (41 MB).
  • Pelargonium section Polyactium: Historical Review, Critique, Checklist, by R. Clifton, Geraniaceae Group, November 1998, A5, ISBN 1-899742-35-2, pp. 1-38. Download the booklet here (Members only).
  • Pelargonium: Preliminary Bibliography, by R. Clifton, Geraniaceae Group, December 1998, pp. 1-16. Download the booklet here (Members only).

For an extensive collection of scientific literature on Pelargonium, please consult this webpage, containing many links to open access articles.

Geraniaceae Group Associated Notes

Published by Richard Clifton, a self-edited series in addition to and independent of the Geraniaceae Group Newsletter, A5, ISSN 1464-7265. Download the Associated Notes here (Members only).

  • No. 3: Cryptic species: Pelargonium daucifolium and Murray 1780, Original Description & Translation, October 1998
  • No. 6: Last International Conference of the Second Millennium: Geranium & Erodium, November 1999
  • No. 9: Knowledge Base for Geraniaceae: Year 2000 Publications, August 2001
  • No. 21: Genus Erodium in Horticultural Books, A Critical Review from 1857-1993, September 2005
  • No. 32: The L’Heritier Project: Inception, November 2008
  • No. 33: The L’Heritier Project: Bother With Books, December 2008
  • No. 34: The L’Heritier Project: The Blaikie Affair, Januar 2009
  • No. 35: Paul Hermann, 1646-1995: The L’Heritier Project, January 2009
  • No. 36: Drege, J. F., 1794-1881: The L’Heritier Project, January 2009
  • No. 37: C. P. Thunberg, 1743-1828: The L’Heritier Project, January 2009
  • No. 38: List of Plants at the Jardin du Roi, Paris 1777, made by Thomas Blaikie in 1777 and edited by R. Clifton 2008, January 2009
  • No. 41: The L’Heritier Project: Calendar for Ordines Naturales: French Botany 1700-1800, Including major botanical events 1682-1800, with special attention to the French botanists Antoine, Bernard & Laurent de Jussieu, December 2009
  • No. 42: The L’Heritier Project: Progress At End-December 2009, January 2010
  • No. 44: The L’Heritier Project: Dioscorides 1, April 2010
  • No. 45: The L’Heritier Project: Dioscorides 2, A Concordance for The Linnaeus Set of The Jacquin Etchings to its source Codices, April 2010
  • No. 46: The L’Heritier Project: Dioscorides 3, An index to the Names of Dioscorides, from the Gunther (1934) English Edition, April 2010
  • No. 47: The L’Heritier Project: Dioscorides 4, Blunders in Daubeny’s Appendix to “Lectures on Roman Husbandry” (1857), May 2010
  • No. 48: The L’Heritier Project: Dioscorides 5, An Account of the Jacquin-Kollár-van Swieten Project to Publish the Illustrated Dioscorides Codices as Vienna, June 2010
  • No. 49: The L’Heritier Project: Dioscorides 6, Codex Aniciae (AD 512) and Codex Neapolitanus (AD 680): “Map” & Concordance, June 2010
  • No. 50: The L’Heritier Project: Dioscorides 7, Flora Graeca’s Index To Dioscorides by Lindley with notes & extras from Flora Graeca Sibthorpiana, September 2010
  • No. 51: The L’Heritier Project: Dioscorides 8, Verification & Concordance for the Sibthorp Set of the Jacquin Prints to the Source Codices, September 2010
  • No. 52 (error in Note number): The L’Heritier Project: Dioscorides 9, The Rinuccini Codex, December 2010
  • No. 53: The L’Heritier Project: Dioscorides 10, Blunders in Gunther’s Edition (1935): “The Greek Herbal of Dioscorides”, translated by John Goodyear in 1655 from the 1598 Saracen Text, edited for publication by Dr. R . T. Gunther (1922-1934), December 2010
  • No. 54: The L’Heritier Project: Dioscorides 11, Progress at December 2010: Preview 2011, Identifications, January 2011
  • No. 56: The L’Heritier Project: The Partial Text of Geraniologia, As sent to Dryander in 1789, April 2011
  • No. 57: Pelargonium section Otidia, Concatenated articles from Geraniaceae Group News, from 2007-2011, including a key to section Otidia and a reference list, June 2011
  • No. 58: The L’Heritier Project: Cavanilles: Rival and Unfriend to L’Heritier, November 2011
  • No. 59: The L’Heritier Project: Dioscorides 12, Identifications for the Illustrations in Codex Aniciae Julianae (AD 512) and Codex Neapolitanus (AD 680), December 2011
  • No. 61: The L’Heritier Project: Development of the Concept “Plant Families”, in France 1689-1789, March 2012
  • No. 62: The L’Heritier Project: The Botany of Bernard de Jussieu, Laurent de Jussieu’s Listin (1789), June 2012
  • No. 63: The L’Heritier Project: The Botany of Bernard de Jussieu, Comparison of 2 sources: Duchesne and Laurent de Jussieu, and Reconstruction of the 1066 Genera of the botany of Bernard de Jussieu as Duchesne 1763, June 2012
  • No. 64: The L’Heritier Project: Identifications for the drawings of Rariorum Africanarum Plantarum by J. Burman, 1738-1740, With contribution by Chris Mills, Head of Library ar Royal Botanc Gardens, Kew, Identifrications by N. L. Burnam, Noel Sandwith, and other sources, September 2012
  • No. 65: The L’Heritier Project: Dioscorides 13, Index to Dioscorides by Michel Adanson (1763): Commentary, October 2012
  • No. 66: Pelargonium section Otidia, Pelargonium hermansdorpense, including the confirmation of its correct name, November 2012
  • No. 67: The L’Heritier Project: DC’s Prodromus vol. I (1824) for Geraniaceae, March 2013
  • No. 69: Pelargonium section Otidia, Published Errors in Geraniaceae Group and other publications, April 2013
  • No. 72: Pelargonium section Otidia, Notes on P. pachypodium group, P. ferulaceum, P. dasycaule, P. parviflorum, P. ‘ Humansdorpense’ cultivation, May 2014
  • No. 73: Pelargonium section Otidia, Typification and Verification Notes for P. carnosum, its known natural hybrids, P. mammulosum, P. polycephalum, P. adriaanii, P. sisonifolium, P. burmannianum & P. ferulaceum, August 2014
  • No. 74: Pelargonium section Otidia, Typification and Verification Notes for P. klinghardtense, P. paradoxum Dinter non Tratt. nec Sweet and P. jacobii, August 2014
  • No. 75: Pelargonium section Otidia, Typification and Verification Notes for P. ceratophyllum, P. albersii, P. dasycaule, P. dasycaulon and P. hospitans, September 2014
  • No. 76: Pelargonium section Otidia, Typification and Verification Notes for P. alternatum pinnatum, P. alternans & subspp., P. dasyphyllum, P. corallinum, P. microphyllum, December 2014
  • No. 77: Pelargonium section Otidia, Typification and Verification Notes for P. crithmifolium, P. paniculatum, P. munitum, P. anauris and P. dichotomum, December 2014
  • No. 78: Michael Vassar, Californian Plantsman, Pelargonium Seed Donation notes, December 2014
  • No. 79: Pelargonium section Otidia, Avonia (2005) &  German revised translation of article “Was ist Pelargonium parviflorum?”, May 2015
  • No. 80: Pelargonium section Otidia, Typification and Verification Notes for P. parviflorum & subspecies, P. brevipetalum and P. rotundipetalum, June 2015
  • No. 81: Pelargonium section Otidia, Typification and Verification Notes for P. laxum (Sweet) G. Don, P. keeromsbergense, P. karooescens, P. hermansdorpense, P. onustifolium, P. laxum sens. Vorster, P. opinatum, P. opiparum, P. orientum, November 2015
  • No. 82: Pelargonium section Otidia, P. pachypodium sub-group, P. pachypodium, P. vassari, P. occultum, P. arthriticum, P. eberlanzii Dinter, P. eberlanzii Knuth and 6 unidentified gathers, May 2016
  • No. 83: Pelargonium section Otidia, P. keeromsbergense, P. laxum, P. obturbus, P. omissum, P. eberlanzii Knuth non Dinter, P. rotundipetalum, P. hermansdorpense, P. ferulaceum, November 2016

Geraniaceae Group Publications

The International Geraniaceae Group no longer operates the Group Bookshop. However, we are doing our level best to make many of the titles available digitally on this website. 

What follows is a selection of specialised publications (that are not available digitally), some of which may be available in libraries or specialised collections. At the bottom of the page is a list of titles in languages other than English.


  • Pelargonium: the Sections, Historically Reviewed, collated by R. Clifton, 2000. ISBN 1-899742-46-8. The full story to 1996, an examination of botanists’ conflicting views & inadequate data, as published.
  • Inter-species Hybrids of Pelargonium, compiled by R. Clifton, Size A4, 50 pages. Sections by chromosome in preface. Section and chromosome number for each species, then hybrid record if any.
  • The Natural Habitat and Cultivation of some Southern African Succulent Pelargoniums, by C. Craib, 1992. Size A5, 25 pages.

Pelargonium Cultivars

  • The Wisley Guide to Pelargoniums, by Hazel Key, 1993. Wisley Guide layout, colour pics, cultivars only.
  • The Passion for Pelargoniums, by A. Wilkinson, 2007. ISBN-13: 9780-7509-4428-1. Pelargonium history and people, narrative; not a reference book but a great read.
  • Pelargonium: Extract from RHS 1800-1901, by R. Clifton, 2007. Size A5, 408 pages. Including the Trials; cultivar index; analysys of state of RHS affairs at each volume.
  • Zonal Pelargoniums: A History at 1896. Size A5, 148 pages. H. Dauthenay translated book, French page on right, English on Left; about 5000 Zonal Pelargoniums traced for France; development of doubles, dwarfs, giants, coloured leaf “races”.


  • Hardy Geraniums, by P. F. Yeo, ed. 2, ISBN (UK) 0-7134-8500-0. 218 pages, 206 illustr. (56 in colour). This is the work on geraniums in cultivation. Each species meticulously described with discussion of cultivars and hybrids.
  • Revision of Geranium subg. Erodioidea, by C. Aedo, Syst. Bot. Mon. 49, 1996. ISBN 0-912861-49-5. 103 pages, b&w illus.. This is largely the “G. cinereum complex” with a few others that seem morphologically related.
  • Gardening with Hardy Geraniums, By B. Husted Bendtsen, English edn. 2005. Brilliant colour plates, with chapters on cultivation.
  • The Gardener’s Guide to Growing Hardy Geraniums, by T. Bath and J. Jones, 1994. Lots of colour figs; chapters by varied growers.
  • My Experience Growing Hardy Geraniums, by P. Noble, 1994. Size ~A4, 40 pages, b&w drawings. Canadian cultivation and garden advice.
  • The Wisley Guide to Hardy Geraniums, by Dr D. Hibberd, 2003. A5 booklet, 45 colour figures, A-Z cultivar list.
  • RHS Wisley Geranium Trials 2004, 2005, 2006, by Mr. Armitage. Size A4, 3 booklets in colour.

Monsonia and Sarcocaulon

  • Genus Sarcocaulon, by R. O. Moffett. This monography is one of the 18 papers included in our title “Proceedings” cf below. Black & white illustrations, maps, taxonomy.
  • Sarcocaulon of Southern Africa, by C. Craib, 1995, A5 booklet, no illustrations, 60 pages.
  • Caudiciform Geraniaceae, by A. Rodriguez, The New Plantsman Dec. 1999. 8 pages.


  • Contribution a L’etude biosystematique du genre Erodium L’Her. dans le bassin mediterraneen occidental, by G. G. Guittonneau, 1972, Boissiera vol. 20. In French, technical, this is the most comprehensive and recent work on the genus. A remarkable, painstaking, thorough examination of West Mediterranean species. N&S shores, including hybridisation studies and their evolutionary implications. The East Mediterranean species are unlikely ever to receive such good coverage, despite having this as a template for the work.
  • Erodium: Progress in Experimental Systematics, by G. G. Guittonneau, 1987. Translation sponsored by G. Robbins 1995, 8 page leaflet. Some further results after 1972.
  • Nouvelle Interpretation de L’Erodium valentinum de l’Espagne, by G. G. Guittonneau, Romero & Sanz, 1991. In French, with the latest distribution map for Subsect. Petraea in Spain.
  • Erodium bibliography 1997, 28 page leaflet.
  • Erodium in Garden Books 1857-1993. Geraniaceae Group Associated Note 21. Examines garden accounts for the genus; a critical review tracking errors.

Titles on Many Genera

  • Botany of the Geraniaceae – Historically Reviewed, by R. Clifton, 1998. ISBN 1-899742-31-X. Size A5, 96 pages. Explains why the term “Family Geraniaceae” is imprecise and shows how the concepts developed and then fragmented. This is the full story to 1996.
  • Geraniaceae Knuth Tribes 2-3-4-5, (Geraniales Checklist series, vol. 4) by R. Clifton. ISBN 1-899742-4-9. 24 pages. Compiled from botanical sources. Part 1: Geraniaceae Link (Biebersteinia, Rhyncotheca) and Vivianaceae Lefor (Viviania, Caesarea, Araeoandra, Cissarobryon); Part 2: Balbisia, Dirachma, (Aitonia), Wendtia.
  • Index to The Figures of Knuth, by R. Clifton, 1995. 8 pages, no ISBN. Updates id’s of the figures, from professional botanists’ statements, to modern names + cross-index at end. A few comments but no text.
  • Geraniaceae & The Linnaeus Typification Project, compiled by R. Clifton, 1999. ISBN 1-899742-38-7. Size A5. 224 pages pseudo-facsimiles, checklist, typification data, checklists. Linnaeus began the Binomial System and many botanical names date from his publications; this sorts them out for “Geraniaceae”; typification data assisted by C. Jarvis, NHM. Includes Linnaeus’s bibliography; facsimiles include Gen. Pl., Sp. Pl., Mant., Reg. Veg., Amoen. Acad., Suppl. & editions & versions.

The L’Heritier Project

Charles Louis L’Heritier de Brutelles was possibly the most important early botanist involved with the Geraniaceae and shares with Robert Sweet the title of “father of Pelargonium“.

  • Geraniologia (Icones), by L’Heritier, 1792. Facsimile reprint 1978. Folio book. These are the figures by which L’Heritier meant to establish the “new” genera Pelargonium, Erodium. 40 black and white folio figures of great historic interest. The sole existant text is for Erodium, cf. there.
  • Geraniologia (Erodium), by L’Heritier, 1802, Facsimile text 1988. ISBN 1-899742-21-2. This is the Erodium part of the historic text, which should have accompanied the famous figures L’Heritier published in 1792.
  • Geraniologia: Partial Text Geranium, Pelargonium, Monsonia. Geraniaceae Group Associated Note 56, May 2011. Size A5, 33 pages. Text and comments. Text as sent to Hortus Kewensis, May 1789.
  • Notes on the Geraniologia of L’Heritier, by G. G. Guittonneau, translated 1987, reissued 1995. 2 of 4-pages leaflets. Benchmark papers establishing when the figures or text of Erodium was published.
  • L’Heritier: Geraniologia – Discussion & Index, by R. Clifton, 1995. ISBN 1-899742-18-2. 24-page leaflet. Examines only the figures, updated names.

Species Check-lists (Geraniales Vol. 1)

All A4 size paperback 1-899742-00-X. Edition 5: includes corrections from the professional botanists working on the genus up to 1994, and includes all latinised names for the 5 core genera and Hypseocharis.

  • Part 6, Superseded Genera, 2007, ISBN 1-899742-65-4. Hybrids and genus Grielium described; Sweet’s Pelargonium genera.
  • Part 7, Hypseocharis, 1994, 1-899742-07-7, 8 pages. All species described; including observations made in the field by botanists over the last century.

Books in Languages other than English

What follows is a sample collection of Geraniaceae titles, mostly focussing on hybrids and varieties of horticultural value, though some of the books may have sections that are of interest to species enthusiasts.


  • Bent Nielsen: 100 pelargonier, 2006, ISBN 9788761404480


  • Christa Holm: Kiehtovat pelargonit, WSOY, 1998, ISBN 9789510226599


  • Jean de Jonghe: Traité méthodique de la culture du Pelargonium précédé d’une introduction historique: d’une petite bibliographie spéciale et d’une description des serres propres à cette culture, Hachette Livre, 2017, ISBN 978-2013062480
  • Andreas Riedmiller,‎ György Jankovics: Géraniums, pélargoniums : Les conseils d’un spécialiste pour l’achat, la culture et la multiplication, Hachette Pratique, 2008, ISBN 978-2016210970
  • F. Abergel,‎ Yves Le Floc’h: Pélargoniums, Hachette Vie Pratique, 2001, ISBN 978-2012364486
  • Coen Jansen: Les Geraniums Vivaces pur le jardin, Editions Eugen Ulmer, 1998, ISBN 978-2841380886
  • Christa Hofmann: La beauté des pelargoniums, Editions Eugen Ulmer, 1991, ISBN 978-2841380138
  • Andreas Riedmiller: Géraniums et Pélargoniums : Pour qu’ils donnent le meilleur de leur floraison, Hachette, 1997, ISBN 978-2010180927
  • J. J. A. Van Der Walt,‎ Ellaphie Ward-Hilhorst: Pélargoniums du Sud African, Relié, 1979, ASIN: B073SC4JDD


  • Jakob Ernst von Reider: Beschreibung Aller Bekannten Pelargonien Und Anleitung Zur Erkennung Und Kultur Derselben, Nabu Press, 2011, ISBN 978-1245320870
  • Miriam Wiegele,‎ Eveline Bach: Duftpelargonien auswählen und genießen, Österreichischer Agrarverlag, 2010, ISBN 978-3704023803
  • Marion Nickig,‎ Barbara Pöschel: Pelargonien, Ellert & Richter, 2002, ISBN 978-3831900398
  • John Feltwell: Geranien und Pelargonien – Tipps für eine üppige Blütenpracht, Augustus Verlag, 2002, ISBN 978-3804372177
  • Urs Eggli: Sukkulenten-Lexikon, Bd.2, Zweikeimblättrige Pflanzen (Dicotyledonen) ausgenommen Aizoaceae, Asclepiadaceae, Cactaceae und Crassulaceae, Eugen Ulmer, 2002, ISBN 978-3800139156
  • Miriam Wiegele: Duftpelargonien, Ulmer, 2000, ISBN 3-8001-3133-1
  • Wilhelm Elsner und Heinrich Loeser, Winfried Biermann: Gärtner-Handbuch Pelargonien, Haymarket Media, 1995, ISBN 978-3878150671
  • Christa Hofmann: Schöne Pelargonien (Geranien), Eugen Ulmer, 1992, ISBN 978-3800165087
  • Andreas Riedmiller: Geranien /Pelargonien. So blühen sie am schönsten. Experten-Rat für Kauf, Pflege und Vermehrung, Gräfe und Unzer, 1988, ISBN 978-3774246546
  • Wolfgang Horn, Richard Maatsch,‎ Karl-Heinz Weise,‎ Hans Ganslmeier: Pelargonien. Geschichte, Kultur, Wirtschaftlichkeit und Züchtung Broschiert, 1985, ISBN 978-3489723226
  • J.J.A. van der Walt:  Pelargonien des südlichen Afrika, Band I, Pelargonien Fischer, 1979, ISBN 3-922332-01-3
  • Stefan Vogel: Blütenbiologische Typen als Elemente der Sippengliederung, Fischer, 1954, ASIN: B0000BOZHA
  • R. Knuth: Geraniaceae: Mit 427 Einzelbildern in 80 Figuren, 1912 (Reprint, in Latin), Forgotten Books, 2017, ISBN 978-0243512010


  • M. Luisa Sotti: Gerani rustici, Edagricole-New Business Media, 2010, ISBN 978-8820642990
  • Adriana Vitali: Gerani, Edagricole-New Business Media, 2000, ISBN 978-8820661052
  • Andrea Riedmiller,‎ S. Crespi,‎ A. Orlandi: Gerani pelargoni, Crespi, 1999, ISBN 978-8887257014
  • Mia Esser: Gerani Pelargonium. Il colorato mondo dei gerani: le varietà, la cura, dove e come piantarli, Idea Libri, I edizione, 1999, ASIN: B01FSHPBOE
  • David Clark,‎ G. Barnabè Bosisio: I gerani, Zanichelli, 1991, ISBN 978-8808078469


  • Elzbieta Kozlowska: Pelargonie. Na balkony, tarasy, do ogrodu, Ateneum, 2014, ISBN 978-8377732236


  • Daniela Beretta: Los Geranios, De Vecchi, 2007, ISBN 978-8431536169
  • Pat Weaver: Geranios, La Isla, 1990, ISBN 978-8487535512
  • Rina Lameri Ortolina: Los Geranios, De Vecchi, 1976, ISBN 978-8431551667


  • Eva Tingström: Vilda pelargoner i kruka (Digital Book).
  • Veronica Wägner: Passion för pelargon : en samlares möten, Bonnier Fakta, 2010, ISBN 9789174241099
  • Veronica Wägner: Älskade pelargoner, Bonnier Fakta, 2010, ISBN 9789174241105
  • Susanna Rosén: Stora pelargonboken, Prisma, 2008, ISBN 9789151849362
  • Susanna Rosén: 100 pelargoner och hur du sköter dem från frö eller stickling, Bokförlaget Semic, 2008, ISBN 9789155233075
  • Lena Ljungquist,‎ Eva Tingström: Pelargoner, Ica Bokförlag, 2008, ISBN 978-9153427643
  • Veronica Wägner: Älskade pelargoner : En samlares anteckningar, Wahlström & Widstrand, 2007, ISBN 9789146216025
  • Karin Martinsson: Pelargoner – Kulturarv i Kruka, 2002, ISBN 978-9151840277
  • Christa Holm: Pelargoner, Natur och Kultur, 1997, ISBN 9789127064379