Geranium Ivy, Geranium Creeper Baby Pink Plant



Plant Description

Geraniums (now classified as pelargoniums) are native to South Africa.
– Even though they are now classified as Pelargonium they are commonly referred to as Geraniums. They are also known as zonal Geraniums due to the dark pattern on their leaves. The most common species that is grown today is Pelargonium hortorum. These are grown for their clusters of brilliantly colored flowers.


Special Character:

  • Fragrant flowers or leaves
  • Good for Hedges and Borders
  • Good for Edges ie very small hedge or border
  • Attracts bees
  • Animals will not eat
  • Insect or mosquito repellent
  • Salt or salinity tolerant
  • Grows best in cooler regions

1 review for Geranium Ivy, Geranium Creeper Baby Pink Plant

  1. Shankar Singuru (verified owner)

    The plant are fresh but pot can be said Little small.yes it is value for money

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