A Geranium has ten stamens, and a pelargonium has only seven (perfect ones).
Geranium oils, distilled from plants of the pelargonium species.
The inheritance of the white and golden zones in pelargonium largely depends on the nature of the soil.
Without sunlight, they can no more thrive than a pelargonium could without water.
The pelargonium case in the "Origin" seems to point in the same direction.
If you experiment on pelargonium I would suggest your looking out for this single stamen.
The pelargonium group, including many varieties of geranium, is widely represented.
All kinds of pelargonium may be raised from seed with the certainty of giving satisfaction if the work be well done.
Like all florists, he had a predilection for one particular plant; the pelargonium was his especial favorite.
M. de Villiers repeated: "pelargonium diadematum coccineum!"