Friday, 5 September 2014

"Little Alice" Dwarf Zonal Pelargonium & A Visit to a Show in Toronto

"Little Alice" Dwarf zonal pelargonium
I have had "Little Alice" in my collection almost since I first began to collect pelargoniums.  This dwarf zonal pelargonium produces an abundance of bright salmon/orange double flowers.  The leaves are a well zoned dark green.  Little Alice is a good exhibition plant as it has a naturally compact and bushy habit.   Introduced in the UK by Ken Lea in the late 1980’s.

Last month I attended the Annual Show in Toronto of  the Geranium, Pelargonium & Fuchsia Society of Ontario with Sandy Connerley and Jean Hausermann.   The Show was held at the Toronto Botanical Gardens and  was well attended by exhibitors, members and visitors.  Here are a few photo’s I took of the Show.   Many thanks to all the members of the Society for making us so welcome.


  1. Thanks Gwen,,pity just 11 photos :)

    1. I just took photo's of the best pelargoniums. And the light was not the best in the hall. Have heaps of other pics of gardens I visited on my trip. Might put them up on one of my other blogs.


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