Scientific Name: Pelargonium sp.
Category: Flowers and Foliages
Geraniums are grown either as a tender annual or a flower house plant. The foliage has a spicy aroma. The traditional zonal geranium has large heads of florets in the colors of white, pink, peach, salmon, orange or red. Ivy-leafed geraniums have a trailing growth habit and may be used for hanging baskets. Scented geraniums have much smaller, insignificant flowers, but feature leaves that have different fragrances lemon, peppermint or rose. Crane bill geraniums are a hardy type of geranium that grows as a perennial.
Geranium flower buds
Zonal geranium foliage
Zonal geranium flowers and foliage
Scented geranium leaf
Pink zonal geranium flower