Zonal Pelargonium raised by Keith Clouting, UK. Single white flowers with salmon coloured thin edge to petals and salmon coloured “eye”. Lime green foliage with zone. Compact growth.
Geranium pratense (Victor Reiter group)”Black Beauty”. Meadow Cranesbill. Beautiful pinkish blue flowers against striking dark foliage. Ideal for ground cover. Height 20-25 cm
Raised by Tony Burgess (U.K.) and introduced in 2007. Semi double with pure white flowers with large pips.
Introduced in the UK by Henderson in 1992 Miniature type Angel Pelargonium
Zonartic pelargonium raised by Cliff Blackman, Australia
Dwarf zonal pelargonium, white to light pink petals with deep coral eye. Raised by Ken Lea, UK and introduced in 1993.
Introduced in USA also in 1993 by Deerwood Nursery.
Dwarf tri-coloured leaf pelargonium raised by Tony Burgess, UK
Raised by our Chairman, Steve Pollard, this dwarf bi-coloured leaf stellar pelargonium has light pink single flowers fading to a white centre. Leaves are a mid-green with white edge.
Stunning flowers of white with red splashes and spots. Raised by Ray Bidwell and released in the UK in 1983.
Raised by Ken Dymond who sadly passed away this week. Ken was a prolific hybridiser of many Angel Pelargoniums, as well as Regals and a few zonals. Quantock Perfection was awarded a BEGS Gold Certificate in 2007.