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Photo: D. Butterworth


(Seed Grown)

Despite the fragile look of its flowers. This is one tough plant that survives all sorts of abuse bestowed on it by the carless gardener… looking in the mirror right now. The tuberous root is the powerhouse that keeps the wheels turning and can be exposed (if your into that) or left in the soil. Flowers at random times throughout the year and is always a treat.


Flower Color: Chartreuse and Maroon

Bloomtime: Year Round

Height: 1 foot

Width: 1-2 feet

Exposure: Sun/Part Sun

Soil Type: Good Drainage

Cold Tolerance: 30-32f

Irrigation requirements: Low once established

Pelargonium schizopetalum

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