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Pelargonium quercifolium - Oakleaf Geranium

Pelargonium quercifolium grows with great enthusiasm in every garden I have planted it. The Oak Leaf Geranium spreads by underground runners, grows 4-5 feet tall and gets very little supplemental water in my garden. Pelargonium quercifolium spreads about 6 inches per year by runners and roots. If the branches touch ground with moisture present they root, this can improve their rate of advance significantly. The fragrant foliage smells like Almonds. Pelargonium quercifolium grows well in full sun into moderately dense shade. Pelargonium quercifolium does not seem fazed by soil type so long as it is not soggy. Pelargonium quercifolium was untouched by Winter temperatures in the mid teens.

Pelargonium quercifolium, Oakleaf Geranium

Pink flowers and foliage of Pelargonium quercifolium - Oak Leaf Geranium. High resolution photos are part of our garden image collection.

Other plants from the Genus Pelargonium featured on this site:
Pelargonium cordifolium
Pelargonium fragrans
Pelargonium ionidiflorum
Pelargonium reneforme
Pelargonium sidoides
Pelargonium tomentosum

Other Geranium plants featured on this site:
Geranium Ballerina
Geranium Biokovo
Geranium harveyi
Geranium incanum
Geranium Johnson's Blue
Geranium Lawrence Flatman
Geranium macrorrhizum album
Geranium maderense
Geranium Mavis Simpson
Geranium renardii
Geranium richardsonii
Geranium Rozanne
Geranium sanguinium striatum
Geranium sessiliforum nigricans
Geranium Stanhoe
Geranium wallichianum Buxton's Blue