Some favourites

P. anethifolium x P. fulgidum

Hybridizer; Mike Brown, Australia.


‘Ardens’

‘Ardens’ is an old cultivar, a cross between P. fulgidum and P. lobatum, introduced in 1817. It was hybridized by Lee, Hammersmith UK, 1810.


‘Edmond’

My own cultivar – a seedling of P. gibbosum ‘Maroon’, 2011.


‘Inigo’

My own hybrid from 2016 – ‘Flora Midnight’ x ‘Lara Oracle’.


‘Laurenceanum’

Another old hybrid of P. fulgidum x P. lobatum, or more probably ‘Ardens’ x P. lobatum from ca. 1827.


P. ovale x P. tricolor

A hybrid that originates from seeds from South Africa, around 2006.


‘Schottii’

The third old hybrid of P. fulgidum and P. lobatum – before 1869.

P. boranense

Species in the section Ciconium, previous placed in Jenkinsonia.
Named after Borana in Ethiopia, where it was first found in 1972.
P. boranense
Large orange-red flowers with darker markings.
P. boranense
Dormant in winter – needs higher temperatures than the pelargoniums endemic to South Africa.
P. boranense
P. boranense
Succulent stem with leaf bases. The leaves get quite thick.
P. boranense
Young plant.