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  • noun Plural form of pelargonium.

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Examples

  • This is definitely tender, but only as tender as pelargoniums are in London, and will come through winter in a sheltered corner.

    Stunning salvias

  • I have stored them with the pelargoniums, the tender Viola hederacea, my salvias and the brugmansia and they will be fine in the low light levels if they are kept in a state of semi-dormancy.

    January: the to-do list

  • Pelargoniums Tough as old boots they may be, but last year's pelargoniums appreciate repotting and new soil to set them up for the summer.

    Jobs to do in May

  • I am busily building up a collection of scented-leaved pelargoniums, and order them from Woottens of Wenhasten (woottensplants. co.uk).

    Jobs to do in May

  • Cut and runTake cuttings of all your pelargoniums now to guarantee new plants next summer.

    In the garden this week: Irises and pelargoniums

  • Mum and I were discussing what to do with my father's pelargoniums and she has already decided what to do about his cacti.

    Even in a little thing

  • Les was well-known for his amazing pelargoniums and geraniums and this comes from the biggest and best of them all, the one he planted at the driveway.

    gillpolack: Why is sleep so important? Because when

  • Mum and I were discussing what to do with my father's pelargoniums and she has already decided what to do about his cacti.

    gillpolack: Today is a little bit odd. I grabbed a

  • Les was well-known for his amazing pelargoniums and geraniums and this comes from the biggest and best of them all, the one he planted at the driveway.

    Even in a little thing

  • Whiffs of indistinct conversation, and now and then laughter, came in from the inn parloiir through the pelargoniums in the open window.

    The Wheels of Chance: a bicycling idyll

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