Species Pelargonium ternatum
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).
Etymology of ternatum:
From the Latin ternatus = 'arranged or divided into threes'
Ic. Pl. Rar. iii. 544; Coll. Suppl. 135.