Pelargonium spinosum one-gallon pots


From southern Namibia and the Northern Cape Province of South Africa, this species commonly occurs on mountain slopes in the xerophytic Namaqualand. Like most Pelargoniums, the foliage is aromatic; unlike most, the leaves are dimorphic, with small and large leaves. The stipule producing the large leaf is persistent, giving the plant a distinctive, armored look along the straw-yellow branches. The flowers are white to pink. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
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