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Pelargonium appendiculatum Shop Now Pelargonium appendiculatum
Starting from 14.40€
Pelargonium aridum Shop Now Pelargonium aridum
Starting from 21.60€
Pelargonium articulatum Shop Now Pelargonium articulatum
Starting from 14.40€
Pelargonium campestre Shop Now Pelargonium campestre
Starting from 16.80€
Pelargonium carnosum Shop Now Pelargonium carnosum
Starting from 9.60€
Pelargonium cortusifolium Shop Now Pelargonium cortusifolium
Starting from 24.00€
Pelargonium cotyledonis Shop Now Pelargonium cotyledonis
Starting from 8.40€
Pelargonium echinatum Shop Now Pelargonium echinatum
Starting from 19.20€
Pelargonium hirtum Shop Now Pelargonium hirtum
Starting from 12.00€
Pelargonium incrassatum Shop Now Pelargonium incrassatum
Starting from 22.00€
Pelargonium laxum Shop Now Pelargonium laxum
Starting from 14.40€
Pelargonium lobatum Shop Now Pelargonium lobatum
Starting from 12.00€
Pelargonium odoratissimum Shop Now Pelargonium odoratissimum
Starting from 16.20€
Pelargonium purverulentum Shop Now Pelargonium purverulentum
Starting from 10.00€
Pelargonium quinquelobatum Shop Now Pelargonium quinquelobatum
Starting from 10.80€
Pelargonium rapaceum Shop Now Pelargonium rapaceum
Starting from 25.00€
Pelargonium sp. Shop Now Pelargonium sp.
Starting from 25.20€
Pelargonium triste Shop Now Pelargonium triste
Starting from 144.00€

Its name derives from Greek and means “stork”, referring to the thin and elongated shape of the fruit, similar to the beak of a stork. Coming from the warm African lands, they were spread to our continent only in the 17th century with their many extremely varied species, from amazing caudex to delightful plants, grown mainly for their flower: some species of Pelargonium, commonly called "Geranium" (although the Geranium is another genus, belonging to this family), have become the main protagonists of our balconies and of almost any flower garden! Particularly appreciated for the simplicity of the care it needs - with very little water and a relatively poor substrate they make abundant blooms. The flowering is characterized by the most varied and lively colors. These plants often have a cascading trend, which makes them perfect for decorating any terrace. Their aesthetic appearance is not the only advantage: these plants are widely used in aromatherapy for their anti-inflammatory and antidepressant properties, often used to treat blisters, acne and, last but not least, the scent of some species is considered a powerful repellent against mosquitoes!