Pelargonium odoratissimum one-gallon pots


Distributed across the Western and Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this species is known for its aromatic foliage, which reputably has an apple-cider smell. The leaves are produced from a perennial rootstock, and the flowers are white with purple markings. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.

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