From the Western Cape Province of South Africa, this variety of P. myrrhifolium is now considered to be Pelargonium longicaule, but we'll keep it separate for now. It is a dwarf shrub that is hardly succulent. The leaves are long and nearly pinnate, creating a straggly looking plant. The flowers are white with purple markings on the upper petals. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.