Friday, 29 March 2013

DWARF PELARGONIUM 'CLAYDON'

"Claydon" - dwarf zonal pelargonium


Hybridised by the late Ray Bidwell of Suffolk, "Claydon" is a compact dwarf zonal pelargonium with double lilac pink flowers and dark leaves with a darker zone.  Ray Bidwell lived in Suffolk and named many of his varieties after local villages.   He introduced many miniature and dwarf varieties which are still available today.

2 comments:

  1. Nie znam karłowatych odmian, a ta z pewnością jest bardzo ładna. Pozdrawiam.
    I do not know dwarf varieties, and this certainly is very pretty. Yours.

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  2. I'd love to find a selection of his Pelargoniums as I lived in so many of the places he used in the names! I see Kesgrave offered sometimes, but never Ipswich Town, Stutton or Great Blakenham etc

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