Species Pelargonium capillare
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Etymology of Pelargonium:
Gk. pelargos = a stork; referring to the beak of the fruit which resembles a stork’s bill (cf Geranium, Erodium).
Etymology of capillare:
From the Latin capillaris meaning 'hair-like’ or 'pertaining to hair'
Etymology applies to:
Sp. Pl., ed. 4 [Willd.] 660 (1800)