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By Balcony

Cambs, United Kingdom Gb

A few more photos to add to the id question I asked a couple of weeks ago on some Geraniums (Cranesbills)

On plant Geraniums (Cranesbills)

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I'm sorry I can't add any more to the captions in the photos. The deep pink Geranium as well as the purplish one had finished flowering when I was last in the garden. I don't expect to return there for a few weeks.

28 Jun, 2012


No.1 - are the leaves dark? It could be one of the 'Reiter' series.
No. 2 - probably G. x oxonianum
No. 3. Looks like G. x magnificum from the photo and flower shape.

Sorry I'm not more definite.

29 Jun, 2012


Agree with Spritz on 2 and 3, but I think 1 maybe the G, Clarkei, Kaffir White.

29 Jun, 2012


1 Don't know
2 I agree G oxonianum and I will have a guess at one called Claridge Druce
3 I agree G magnificum

29 Jun, 2012


The first one is clarkei as Spitzhenry has said.

29 Jun, 2012


Thank you all for contributing to clarifying what the above Geraniums might be.

1 Jul, 2012

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