Also known as
Herba Althaea, Geranium, Pelargonium
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Hooded-Leaf Pelargonium Overview
Pelargonium cucullatum is the parent of many modern pelargonium hybrids. It is a fast growing, tough shrub tolerant to coastal conditions, and is also excellent for growing in containers on a sunny patio, informal borders and rockeries.
Common problems with Hooded-Leaf Pelargonium
How to propagate Hooded-Leaf Pelargonium
Root division or softwood cuttings from spring to autumn.
Special features of Hooded-Leaf Pelargonium
Other uses of Hooded-Leaf Pelargonium
Grown for their foliage and colourful flowers. Some are grown for the fragrance of their leaves. They are useful in pots or as bedding plants; in warm conditions flowers are borne almost continuously. Suitable for coastal conditions.