The pelargonium x domesticum [pe-lar-GO-nee-um] x [doh-MESS-tik-um] is more popularly known as Martha Washington geranium or regal geraniums. This plant stands out in the geranium family, thanks to its striking
Geranium sanguineum [jer-AY-nee-um, san-GWIN-ee-um] is a clump-forming herbaceous perennial native to Asia, northern Turkey, and Europe. This member of the Geraniaceae family has become very popular in the United States.
Scientifically known as Pelargonium peltatum [pe-lar-GO-neeum, pel-TAY-tum], Ivy Geranium plants are a spreading or scrambling perennial. With somewhat fleshy, heart-shaped leaves, the Ivy Geranium plant is assigned to the cranesbill family