Pelargonium elongatum

Pelargonium elongatum

Pelargonium elongatum

Scientific name

Soft shrublet to 25cm with heart-shaped, hairy leaves 4-5cm in diameter, often with a reddish zonal marking, bears clusters of up to 6 cream-coloured flowers 15cm in diameter, the floral tube is 10-15mm long.

Geranium Family

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Information sourced from 'Field Guide to Fynbos' by John Manning. Struik Nature, Cape Town, 2007.

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Image credit: Andrew Massyn

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Important characteristics

Conservation status: Least Concern

This species was selected because it has various important characteristics.

Pelargonium elongatum is indigenous to: Peninsula Shale Renosterveld Peninsula Shale Renosterveld

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