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Most events are hosted at The Pink Geranium Nursery, c/o R304 & N1 Muldersvlei. Please contact us for more information about upcoming Events.


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The Pink Geranium

From the humble beginnings in 1991 (over twenty years ago!) to the well established brand that we are today, The Pink Geranium has lived and laughed and loved and learnt its way through landscaping spectacular scenery and growing rare, funky and wow plants! We have a proud list of gardens in our portfolio - from massive wine estates to more boutique style individual gardens. Additionally, we have a whole list of unusual and exciting plants that we are passionate about growing, including Agapanthus, Hemerocallis (Daylily), Louisiana Iris, Kniphofia, Watsonia, Lachenalia and much more.
The Pink Geranium
The Pink Geranium1 day ago
Pride of Madeira
A beautiful landscape of these Mediterranean beauties planted along the bay in San Francisco. I had a great time exploring the flora, both local and exotic on my recent trip.
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The Pink Geranium1 day ago
Looking over the bay , San Francisco

Echium candicans " Pride of Madeira " in full glory. Structure, elegance and beauty are the perfect words to describe these floral gems. They love a mediterranean climate and thrive here.
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The Pink Geranium2 days ago
A long way from home and this South African native is looking pretty, all perched up with a great view of the Pacific Ocean. I photographed this last week on my drive down the Big Sur , California.
#bigsur #california #westcoast #roadtrip #succulents #Southafricannative
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The Pink Geranium3 days ago
On my way home after a busy 7 days traveling between San Francisco and Los Angeles to visit the Californian Spring Trials. I will be sharing more pictures with a couple more posts. Like us California has a Mediterranean climate and I can report that several South African plants thrive on their West Coast.