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Pelargonium cordifolium

Indigenous to Southern Africa


Common name: Heart-leaved Pelargonium

Description:
A spreading, branched aromatic shrub with a main stem that is woody at the base, while the side branches are herbaceous and covered with hairs. The bright green foliage is heart-shaped and may be flat or curled. It bears attractive flowers borne in a branched inflorescence terminating in several (4-8) flowered umbel-like groups. The two upper petals of the flower are much larger than the three lower ones. The upper petals are usually pink or purple with darker purple veins. The lower petals are lighter in colour.

Landscape uses:
Attractive addition to a mixed border.

Size: 1m x 1m

Flower colour: colour15

Attributes: Evergreen Full sun Frost hardy Water moderate Fast growing Attracts insects

Flowering time:
J F M A M J J A S O N D

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Contributors: Grounded Landscaping



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