Pelargonium Spanish Wine Rosé ('Pacswiros') (Darkline Series)

Pelargonium Spanish Wine Rosé ('Pacswiros') (Darkline Series) - image: HTA
Pelargonium Spanish Wine Rosé ('Pacswiros') (Darkline Series) - image: HTA

Pelargonium Spanish Wine Rosé ( is a new introduction by PAC in their Darkline series of zonal pelargoniums.

The series is noted for the dark leaves of the plants, which make them better suited for propagation and
transportation.

The variety, which is very floriferous, has unique rose pink semi-double flowers, each of which have a lighter pink edge and deeper pink centre ‘eye’.

The plant is early flowering and has an upright, medium growth habit.

The flower colour is unique with its shades of pink which create a striking display against the dark green foliage.

It is being launched at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 and entered into the RHS Chelsea Plant of the Year competition.


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