Garden Talk - Out of Africa: Pelargoniums for California Landscapes

Garden Talk - Out of Africa: Pelargoniums for California Landscapes
Apr 12, 2018

Thursday, 2:30 p.m.

What are 'Gary's Nebula', 'Queen of Orange', and 'Veronica Contreras'? They're California-bred pelargonium hybrids derived from tough South African natives, perfect for Southern California's climate. Nurseryman John Schoustra introduces a whole palette of pelargoniums, from ground covers to shrubs, that provide year-round color and fragrance. Free; no reservations required. Ahmanson Room, Brody Botanical Center. Plant sale follows the talk.

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