The stems are long, hairless and finer than those of Pelargonium x hortorum. The leaves have a smooth, glossy surface with wonderful edges. The flowers are grouped in umbels of 2 to 9 flowers. Sow indoors in warm conditions. After emergence prick out in pots and harden off. Suitable for hanging baskets, pots and containers. Summertime does not easily break when potting.
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