Stellar Geraniums

  

Stellar

Stellar geraniums first appeared in Australia around 1950. Their origins are shrouded in mystery and no one seems to really know where they came from! Whatever their beginnings, they are delightful plants. If you look carefully at the photo at the top of this page, you will notice that the top two flower petals are quite a bit narrower than the lower three. This is a characteristic of Stellars, as is the distinctive "maple leaf":

Vancouver Centennial

Vancouver Centennial
Fancy Leaf Stellar Geranium

In addition, Stellars have a remarkable compact growth habit and never get tall and straggly, even in the winter. And speaking of winter, they are among the best and easiest pelargoniums to grow indoors. If you are looking for an uncommon plant that will grow easily indoors or out, come have a look at our collection of Stellars. We have a number of varieties to choose from for Spring 2016.

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