Pelargonium caledonicum

pelargonium caledonicum rare

P. caledonicum is a rare and critically endangered pelargonium because of the increase of wheat farming since the 1930s in the Overberg area of the Western Cape where this plant grows.

It was given the name Caledonicum because it was first discovered near to the town of Caledon in the Overberg area, the flowers are white to light pink marked with purple and has finely divided leaves.

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