pelargonium fulgidum

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Pelargonium fulgidum

Indigenous to Southern Africa it grows on exposed, windswept granite outcrops or on sand hills, near the coast. Pelargonium is derived from pelargos (Greek), meaning stork, referring to the shape of the fruit, which resembles the beak of a stork. The Latin species name fulgidum means shining or bright coloured, and refers to the brilliantly coloured flowers.

Indigenous to Southern Africa it grows on exposed, windswept granite outcrops or on sand hills, near the coast. Pelargonium is derived from pelargos (Greek), meaning stork, referring to the shape of the fruit, which resembles the beak of a stork. The Latin species name fulgidum means shining or bright coloured, and refers to the brilliantly coloured flowers.

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26-08-2015