- Flower nameFair Ellen geranium
- Scientific namePelargonium quercifolium cv. fair ellen
- AliasFair Ellen, Pelargonium quercifolium
- Place of originSouth Africa
- Place of floweringGarden, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July
What is Fair Ellen geranium
Fair Ellen geranium (scientific name: Pelargonium quercifolium cv. Fair Ellen) is a horticultural variety of "Pelargonium quercifolium" which is native to South Africa and is a perennial plant in the gamily Eucalyptus (Pelargonium). There is a collection of almonds on the leaves, and there is a black group. The flowers are light red five-petaled flowers. The top two have red-purple butches, and the bottom three do not.
General name: Fair Ellen geranium, scientific name: Pelargonium quercifolium cv. Fair Ellen, Also name: almond geranium, plant height: 30-60 cm, phylla: alternate, leaf shape: palm, leaf margin: sawtooth, inflorescence: umbel, flowering period: May to July, flower color: Light pink, number of petals: 5.