I am: Pelargonium

✔︎ The common name for Pelargoniums is "Stork's Bill" because the shape of their seed capsule resembles a crane's beak.

✔︎ They have been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. The leaves, flowers, and roots of the plant contain essential oils that are believed to have anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antifungal properties.

✔︎ They have been taken on many famous expeditions. During the Victorian era, explorers such as Sir Joseph Banks would take Pelargoniums with them on their travels, as they were valued for their ability to withstand long journeys and for their beauty. Some Pelargoniums even earned the nickname "sailor's joy" because they were so often taken aboard ships.

✔︎ While Pelargonium flowers and leaves are not considered toxic, they are not typically consumed.

Sunny, partial shade
Happy in the Greenling
Undemanding and easy to care for
Your plants arrive safely!
Our plants are all hand-packed and well-protected for their journey - in the unique plant box of the company Klingele from Wunsiedel!

Good and bad-tempered parcel carriers tested it!


Greenling's concept is outstanding. Finally, something blooms even from my non-green thumb. It's a visually incredible bloom and, at the same time, a tasty herb garden with rosemary, mint, basil, and chili peppers. I will treat myself to more Greenlings in the future!
We are enthusiastic Greenling customers. The winter set also looks great on our roof terrace.
Greenling gave me a beautiful summer and was a great eye-catcher on my balcony. Now it's hibernating, and I look forward to filling it next year with great plants from you. Massive credit to the Greenling team. The quality of the plants was excellent, and the harvest was abundant.
I am super satisfied! Especially the watering is just brilliant! You only have to take care of the plants every 1-2 weeks.
Beautiful and healthy plants - pure joy!
Frankfurt am Main
The thing looks simply elegant, a noble designer piece. Due to the flat surface in which the planters are inserted, it appears clean and tidy, and the plants give it a nice, slightly wild contrast. It's truly a "mini-garden," an ensemble, and not plants lined up in a row.
The little minigarden is the perfect addition to my hardy year-round planting on my balcony. Being retired, I no longer have the stamina to plant myself, and it saves me the trip to the garden center. This is a solution that has me 100% convinced!