Saturday, 2 August 2014

Scottow Star - single zonal pelargonium

Single zonal pelargonium "Scottow Star"

This is, I think, one of the prettiest of the single zonal pelargoniums.  "Scottow Star" has white petals edged with pink and a darker pink centre 'eye'.  The back of each petal is also a pale pink.  The flowers contrast nicely with the light green zoned leaves.

"Scottow Star" was raised by Keith Clouting of Norfolk, UK.  Scottow is a small village in Norfolk.


  1. It looks like a pelargonium we use to called Augusta in Sweden. Very beautiful!

  2. Little pet,so pretty coloured!


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