- n. Plural form of geranium.
“The varieties of what we call geraniums are many and most beautiful.”
“Bedding stock is what the florists term geraniums, coleus, begonias and other plants used for setting out flower beds in the spring.”
“-- What are commonly known as geraniums are, strictly speaking, pelargoniums.”
“I don't want to know why every guy in the neighborhood has such a limp and lifeless garden hose, while your geraniums are the happiest on the block.”
“-- To this genus belong the plants known as geraniums -- the most satisfactory of house-plants, and extensively used as bedding plants.”
“The so-called geraniums in cultivation are pelargoniums, strictly speaking.”
“Grant Bigg and Amy Kirbyshire of the department of geography at Sheffield University examined temperature records of central England over recent decades, together with observations of 140 types of summer flowering plant, such as geraniums and roses, and when they came into bloom.”
“Some of the old-fashioned plants such as geraniums, dusty miller and the humble marigold-which is at its best in October when most of the other annuals are weary or worn out-bring much color and beauty to my garden.”
“Spring stock of some plants, such as geraniums, are rooted in the fall -- September to November.”
“Plants such as geraniums and heliotrope, which are wanted for blooming in early winter, should be kept rather dry and all buds pinched off.”
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