Coconut Geranium

Pelargonium grossularioides

Useful where a very low-growing groundcover is needed for a damp or shady area, such as around stepping stones. It can also be used to spill over the edge of a large flowerpot or window box. Flowers are edible and the leaves have a scent very reminiscent of coconut! A customer favourite!

Water: Regular water

Hardiness: Frost tender, but can survive outside if protected from frost

Habit: Very low-growing groundcover that flowers year round

Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade

Soil: Grows best in damp soils

Origin: South Africa

Additional Characteristics: Edible Flower

Coconut Geranium