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Pelargonium nervifolium (2)

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Pelargonium nervifolium (1)

Apparently not all experts agree on what is a succulent and what is not. The subject of this post e.g. is mentioned in the List of Southern African Succulent Plants (1997), but not in the Illustrated Handbook of Succulent Plants … Continue reading

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Pelargonium crithmifolium (3)

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Pelargonium crithmifolium (2)

In the preceding post I mentioned the persisting inflorescences that are so characteristic of this species. When you look back at that post you will notice that even young plants produce them. One cannot help but wonder what purpose┬áthese outgrowths … Continue reading

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Pelargonium crithmifolium (1)

With its thick stems and a height of up to 1 meter, this species is one of the giants among the succulent Pelargoniums. Only P. carnosum is occasionally taller (up to 1.2 m). The species is characterized by its large, … Continue reading

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Pelargonium karooicum

“This species has little horticultural appeal, always looking as if it were more than half dead.” How about that for a recommendation? It comes from “Pelargoniums of Southern Africa” vol. 3. and yes, if you have space for just one … Continue reading

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Pelargonium klinghardtense (2)

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