Definition for PE-LAR-GON'I-CUM


A genus of plants, differing from Geranium in having three petals below and two of a larger size above, and in other more important but less obvious particulars. In geraniums, the five petals are equal. This is an ornamental green house plant, often called Geranium. – Haldeman.

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