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Pelargonium panduriforme

   (Family: Geraniaceae)
   
English: Balsam-scented geranium, fiddle leaf geranium  EDIT
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Plant Type: EDIT  Shrub
Height: 1.8m
Spread: 0.5m
Special properties:
  Frost Tolerant (light)
Rarity Status:
Common
   
Preferred rainfall: Summer
Preferred position:
Full Sun
 
Flowering time EDIT
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Flower colours
 
Pink
Flower shape
 
  Flower info
  The inflorescence is borne on flowering branches with two to twenty pale pink flowers. The shrub flowers from August to January
 
 
Leaf texture Hairy
 
  Leaf scent
  Pugent scent
  Leaf info EDIT
  Evergreen
  The leaves are soft, hairy, and somewhat sticky and strongly balm-scented. The leaf blades are somewhat fiddle-shaped to heart-shaped in outline.
 
 
Sow seeds in Autumn
 
  Seed info EDIT
  The fruit is dry and breaks up into five ellipsoid parts, each with a corkscrew awn at the top (the dry styles) and containing one seed.
 
 
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