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Posted by frostfairy69 mid-California (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 19, 06 at 12:44

I have just purchased three species Pelargoniums and would like some information on them -- they do noit seem to come up with an AOL search. The plants are P. ceratophyllum, P. divaricatum, and P. visosissimum. Would like to get a photo of each plant and rather specific cultivation instructions. They are in 6 inch pots at the present time. Many thanks.

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RE: Pelargoniums

  • Posted by calpat zone9ab No.Ca. (My Page) on
    Wed, Aug 23, 06 at 11:39

Try a Google Search! Check the box for pictures.

RE: Pelargoniums pictures

Picture of Pelargonium ceratophyllum. Beautiful in its way :-)
This page says P. divaricatum is a synonym for Pelargonium fruticosum .
I think you have got the last plant spelled wrong, and that P. visosissimum may be P. viscosissimum? This page says its a synonym for P. glutinosum. Pictures

Hope this helpede :-)

RE: Pelargoniums

I have grown P.glutinosum for some years. I brought the original cuttings from Tunisia several years ago where it grows vigorously. It will make a large plant and it is easy to propagate from cuttings. Also known as "The Pheasant's Foot Pelargonium", I like the balsam scent,

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