Crop Profile for Geranium (seed and cutting) in Ohio Geranium (seed and cutting)
REGAL or MARTHA WASHINGTON GERANIUM ( Pelargonium domesticum ) This species will produce a huge flush of bloom in the spring, but only an occasional flower later in the summer.
Pictorial Guide to Geranium Wilt Disorders Dr. Brian E. Whipker, Department of Horticultural Science NC STATE UNIVERSITY Floriculture Research December 2003 A number of disease and physiological disorders can cause wilting of geraniums.
Classic ™ Zonal Geranium Traditional "Fischer Zonals" with Medium Green Leaves & Medium Vigor, Excellent Balance of Greenhouse and Garden Performance Item # 2010 Variety Name 2009 Variety Name 415 Classic Dark Salmon Noblesse 490 Classic Lavender Calypso 407 Classic Light Salmon Dolce Vita 394 ...
page 2 • botanical notes on geranium maderense • of small-leaved evergreen hardwood trees. The island was once covered by this forest, but over time has been largely destroyed to clear the land for agricultural use.
IDEA/Geranium Oil/March 12, 1998 ADC Commercialisation Bulletin #14 Geranium oil Marketing 1 Markets The major markets for geranium oil are the United States, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, other European countries, and Japan.
REV 7/05 Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service Page 1 of 3 Flowers • HO-85-W Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service • West Lafayette, IN Winter Storage of Geranium, Canna, Gladiolus, Caladium, and Begonia Michael N. Dana and B. Rosie Lerner Department of Horticulture and ...
FPS458 Pelargonium x hortorum Geranium 1 Edward F. Gilman, Teresa Howe 2 1. This document is FPS458, one of a series of the Environmental Horticulture Department, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida.
Geranium Pelargonium graveolens Balancing, Uplifting, Refreshing! Geranium is an aromatic, perennial, hairy plant with serrated leaves and flowers varying from light pink through to deep rose, magenta or red.
Fuchsia, geranium, dahlia and tuberous begonia are perennials that will not overwinter outside in Alaska. These plants are native to much warmer climates.