• Geranium 'Pinto Premium White to Rose' F1 2013 AAS Winner
 
Geranium 'Pinto Premium White to Rose' F1 2013 AAS Winner

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Geranium 'Pinto Premium White to Rose' F1 2013 AAS Winner

Pelargonium x hortorum

Geranium 'Pinto Premium White to Rose' F1 2013 AAS Winner

Pelargonium x hortorum

This addition to the 'Pinto Premium' series is a must-have! Not only is the flower coloration unique and beautiful, but the numerous 5” blooms are long-lasting in the garden. Petals start out white then deepen to rose-pink as flowers mature, giving an attractive bicolor effect. Dense, well-branched plants sport deep green leaves with darker zones that contrast beautifully with the light colored flowers. 'Pinto Premium White to Rose' is a great choice for carefree, colorful summer garden beds or patio containers.

Syngenta Flowers is the global market leader in the breeding and production of seeds and cuttings for high-quality pot and bedding plants. With our broad and innovative assortment including Goldsmith seeds, GoldFisch vegetative and Yoder mums, we are committed to being the partner of choice for young plant raisers and professional growers.

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Country: USA

 

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