The Society meets in the Cedar Room in the Floral Hall at the VanDusen Botanical Gardens in Vancouver, BC on the first Sunday of each month to discuss our favourite plants - geraniums and pelargoniums.
The most common feedback we get is "I didn't know there were so many different kinds of geraniums!"
In addition to the well known red geranium that just about everyone knows, there are dozens of others, hundreds of varieties and combinations of colour and markings.
We have the well known zonal along with regals (sometimes referred to as Martha Washington), ivies, angels, uniques, dwarfs, miniatures, scented, gold leaf, silver leaf, tri-colour leaf, and geraniums that resemble rosebuds, tulips and carnations. We will be featuring some of these here on our website and we hope you will be encouraged to try some of these varieties.
For more information, please check out our Gernanium Family page. We will be adding and updating these pages with photos and information on an ongoing basis. If you have photos of your plants and would like to share them with us, please forward the picture along with information about the plant and its history and it may end up in our Show & Tell pages.
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