Specie: P. grandiflorum
Large flowered pelargonium,
Name in Latin: Geraniaceae
Name in English: Geranium Family
Origin: South Africa
Growth Habit: herbaceous shrub, usually growing to a height of 0.75 m.
Flower: large and beautiful flowers vary from creamish-white to pink with darker blotches on the upper two petals
Blooming Period: spring-autumn
Leaf: dull grayish green leaves are deeply palmately lobed, usually 5 cm long and 8 cm wide. The leaf margins are coarsely toothed and some of the leaves have a brownish zonal marking.
Pelargoniums are a versatile group of plants and are easily adaptable to any garden.
Care and Handling
Soil: general potting
Amount of water: Drench the soil and let it become moderately dry between waterings.
Nutrition: Feed weekly with water soluble fertilizer diluted by half.
Special handling: Does best in full sunlight coming from the South/West
Pelargonium grandiflorum is listed on the Red List of South African plants