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The small elegant plant with olive green leaf and rosy-lavender flowers. Compact, but spreads to fill a basket. Species Hybrid.
Species and varieties:
Pelargonium Angel Eyes
Stellar Pelargonium (Stellar geraniums) are a subgroup of the zonal Pelargoniums. They are called 'stellar' because, unlike the round leaves and petals of typical zonals, they have pointy leaves and petals- two very narrow petals on top and three wider ones on the bottom of the flowers.
Vancouver Centennial, a showy tender perennial grown for its attractive, star-shaped, variegated yellow and brick-red leaves, also has delicate clusters of bright-red flowers. Excellent container or border plant. Good houseplant.
Pelargonium × domesticum are a loose grouping of hybrid geraniums involving P. grandiflorum and P. cucullatum. Showy flowers in shades of pink, purple, lavender and red, often speckled with interesting markings and splotches, are borne in clusters.
Pelargonium × hortorum is a hybrid between Pelargonium zonale and Pelargonium inquinans. Cultivars with very double flowers and no anthers are called Rosebud Pelargoniums since the flowers never open completely and therefore resemble a rosebud.