|P. cordifolium "Carolyn's Citrine"|
Isn't this absolutely gorgeous? It really is the brightest of pelargoniums. Large well marked pink upper petals, very narrow lower petals of the palest pink, and large yellow leaves with a small light green blotch on the older leaves. Carolyn's Citrine is a sport of P. cordifolium, but the flowers and leaves are much larger, with a velvety softness to the leaves, which just glow in the sunshine. I saw this growing at Robin Parer's nursery, Geraniaceae, in Marin County, California. Sadly, it is not available for sale yet as breeder's rights are being sought. Hopefully we will soon be able to purchase this stunning pelargonium.
What a dainty flower. I like it!ReplyDelete
Takich slicznych kwiatków pelargonii jeszcze nie widziałam. Pozdrawiam.*** Such beautiful flowers geraniums I have not seen. Yours.ReplyDelete
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Well done Ali - you really are a great 'blogger'. Thank you for awarding me the same. xReplyDelete