Species Pelargonium multicaule
Pictures from Observations
Etymology of Pelargonium:
Gk. pelargos = a stork; referring to the beak of the fruit which resembles a stork’s bill (cf Geranium, Erodium).
Pelargonium multicaule Jacq.
Ic. Pl. Rar. iii. 534; Coll. v. 126.
Shrublet to 30 cm. Leaves pinnatisect or bipinnatisect, c. 4
3 cm. Flowers 3--5, c. 20 mm diam., pinkish purple, 4-petalled with upper petals markedly larger, subsessile; hypanthium 8--14 mm long. Throughout the year. Rocky places, SW, KM, LB, SE (Worcester to N Province).
Observations of Taxon
Name of observer:
Katryn van Heerden (David)
Date observed unknown