Wednesday, 29 April 2020

Pelargonium myrrhifolium var. coriandrifolium in flower

This species Pelargonium from the cape area of South Africa has the possibility of charming anyone interested not only in this species, but also in complex leaf structure.  A prostrate, rather straggly, plant with finely cut, lacy foliage and root fairly easily. 

and pale-pink flowers with red veining on upper petals have a charm and elegance.  A maximum of three blooms to as stem.  It is best to encourage multibranching to get as many flowers as possible, and it is possible to give it a good trim to rejuvenate the plant.

1 comment:

  1. The petals are exquisite, such beautiful markings, one to look out for.