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Pelargonium domesticum

This imported hybrid lives at “peace” on the northern shores of Leisure Isle.

The genus Pelargonium gets its name from the fact that the shape its fruit looks like the beak of a stork, pelargos in Greek.  Domesticus, domesticated plant.  The plant has a somewhat woody stems and feature rounded heart-shaped to kidney-shaped medium green leaves that have irregular teeth and crinkled margins. These showy flowers are borne in clusters (umbels) and  are often speckled with interesting markings and splotches.

Family Name:
Common Name:
Regal pelargonium
Plant Height:
50 cm
Flower Colour:
Flowering Time:
September, October, November