Pelargonium endlicherianum is now starting to flower for the first time, I will add more pictures when the purplish pink flowers are fully open, It is native to Turkey in Rocky areas and has lovely soft leaves that are slightly scented.
Pelargonium inquinans also known as the scarlet pelargonium because if its brightly coloured red flowers, also has light pink & white flower varieties but these are less common, The flowers have larger lower petals than the upper ones and each flowering stalk has about 10-20 flowers.
It grows well in full sun or with slight shade to a height of 2 meters as an upright woody shrub which is native to a large area of the Eastern Cape to Kwazulu Natal & has medicinal uses such as for flu & headaches.
This plant can look striking growing next to lavender and seeds of this plant will be available very soon at http://www.pelargoniumspeciesworld.com
Pelargonium peltatum is a beautiful climbing pelargonium with flowers that can vary slightly in colour & shape, the pale pink form has large upper petals with dark veins and 3 lower petals, while the other form has a more reddish purple pink with dark markings, these petals are thinner and are more elongated. These are both lovely P. peltatum forms that look great in hanging baskets & trailing through trees, they also flower more when placed in the sun, The leaves have a slight succulent appearance that are rounded & fleshy with a dark zone. Both of these are now flowering so seeds should be available soon.