Pelargonium myrrhifolium

Pelargonium myrrhifolium

Pelargonium myrrhifolium

Scientific name

This slow-growing scrambling pelargonium grows to about 40 cm in height and 35 cm in spread with finely divided green leaves that turn darker with age. Varieties have a range of flowers with white, pink and red colouring.

Require well-drained soil and full sun

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Seedbank Quantity
Arundel Seedbank 200
Total 200
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Important characteristics

Conservation status: Least Concern

This species was selected because it has various important characteristics.

Pelargonium myrrhifolium is indigenous to: Cape Flats Sand Fynbos

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