Pelargonium rannunculophyllum (white flowers and zoned leaves ) top right, Pelargonium citronellum(lemon scented) bottom and various colourful California sages top left have now germinated.
The young seedlings of Geranium maderense, Geranium Pulchrum & Erodium pelargoniflorum are all growing well.
Two new seedlings have now germinated – Pelargonium crithmifolium & pelargonium quinquelobatum.
P. crithmifolium when mature has thick succulent stems grey green in colour with fleshy leaves, the elegant flowers are white with pinkish purple markings on the upper petals, The name crithmifolium refers to the leaves that are like a rock samphire in appearance known as crithmum maritimum.
P. quinquelobatum when mature has beautiful yellow/green to green/ blue flowers, it is a perennial with grey green triangular leaves with a touch of red.