Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Pelargonium inquinans, one of the two principal parents of the horticultural "geraniums"
If you look in the background of the second picture you can see various other selections. I believe they, GrayC and cohorts (sic), are starting all the plants over this year and so have rooted cuttings and grown a few pots of each cultivar. They have over 100? The adult plants are living outside in the Herb Garden now in terra cotta pots. The army of new plants has made for a pleasantly fragrant summer in Greenhouse Room 8.
Posted by ChrisU at 2:50 PM