A new variety of geranium plant distinguished by the scarlet color (Mandarin Red) of its flowers, its vigorous and floriferous growth under the high summer temperatures and humidities commonly found in Midwestern United States, and its strong field tolerance to foliar diseases such as Botrytis cinerea (gray mold).
US Plant 5,757
ISURF Reference Number
Iowa State University Research Foundation, Inc..
Buck, Griffith J., "Geranium plant named Orangeade" (1986). Iowa State University Patents. 142.