- Flower nameGeranium maderense
- Scientific nameGeranium maderense
- AliasGeranium maderense
- Place of originMadira Islands
- Place of floweringGreenhouse
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Geranium maderense
Geranium maderense (scientific name: Geranium maderense) is a biennial to perennial herb native to the Madira Islands and belongs to the genus Geranium in the family Geraniumceae. It is the largest of the genus. In early summer, it produces many light red flowers about 4 cm in diameter, spreading from the tip of the stem. The flowers are five-petaled and the throat of the petals is dark red with a red streak on the corolla.
Common name: Geranium maderense, Scientific name: Geranium maderense, Place of origin: Madira Islands, Leaf blade: 50 cm, Leaf shape: palmate, Flowering season: April to May Flowering season: April-May, flower color: pink, flower diameter: 4 cm.