G. endressii × G. versicolor.
A garden hybrid characterised by funnel-shaped flowers to 4 cm wide, the petals pink with darker veins.
Source: (2002). Geraniaceae. In: . Horticultural Flora of South-eastern Australia. Volume 4. Flowering plants. Dicotyledons. Part 3. The identification of garden and cultivated plants. University of New South Wales Press.
This cultivar is a tall, hairy plant with slightly glossy leaves and large, trumpet-shaped flowers.
Plants grown from seed show close clonal similarities.
The hybrid epithet commemorates Oxford University; the cultivar name is in honour of the noted botanist who discovered it in 1960.
Robust plant to twice the size of the species and probably of hybrid origin, with G. endressii as major parent. Petals salmon pink, veins pronounced at the tip.
Introduced by Waterer Nursery in 1930 after discovery by nursery foreman, G.W.Wright, in the nursery stock.
Sometimes treated as a selection of G. endressii.