Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Pelargonium longicaule var. longicaule


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 Pelargonium longicaule var. longicaule   Pelargonium longicaule var. longicaule
 Pelargonium longicaule var. longicaule   Pelargonium longicaule var. longicaule
 Pelargonium longicaule var. longicaule   Pelargonium longicaule var. longicaule

Habitat

Sandy, often coastal flats and amongst rocks.

Altitude

Flowering time

August to January with a peak in spring

Description

An attractive low growing shrubby plant with finely divided leaves (incised to the midrib), often seen trailing its stems amongst rocks. The flowers on long stems are showy and give the impression of buterflies amongst the fynbos. The flowers are pale pink to white and have striking beetroot-red markings on the upper two larger petals. longicaule: refers to the long flowering stems

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2017 / 3 / 27