The few bursts of color were provided by furry pumps in geranium.
Her geranium stood where she had left it, and its withered and yellow leaves smote her with accusing neglect.
Sometimes the calyx is covered with down, as in geranium, primrose, etc.
It is not clear what point is referred to under geranium pyrenaicum.
The first time I saw him he was digging in your geranium bed.
To-day she had contrived to pick up some geranium blossoms, scarlet and pink.
He digs holes in the geranium bed to bury the bones you give him.
Snap divisions seem to have been rather frequent of late, far more frequent than the geranium blooms are likely to be.
geranium oils, distilled from plants of the Pelargonium species.
This occurs in geranium pratense, Thymus serpyllum, Arum maculatum, and many others.
1540s, from Latin geranium, from Greek geranion, the plant name, diminutive of geranos "crane" (cognate with Latin grus, English crane (n.)), from supposed resemblance of seed pods to cranes' bills; the native name was also cranebill. As a color name from 1842.