P. ochroleucum is another rare succulent type pelargonium, it has a tuber that grows to 4 cm in width and 7 cm in height, the flowers are white to light yellow and each flowering stork contains about 6-10 flowers.
It is native to Southern areas of South Africa and was named by William Henry Harvey in the mid 1800s.
Pelargonium nephrophyllum is a rare and newly found species discovered in areas of Southern Namaqualand, South Africa. It was given the name nephrophyllum by Elizabeth M Marais in 1992 (the department of Botany, University of Stellenbosch). This plant has a tuber which resembles a turnip in shape with a flaky texture, the flowers are pale-dark pink with red markings on the upper petals and the leaves are kidney shaped with rounded edges.
Pelargonium fergusoniae is a rare Southern South African pelargonium, the flower colours vary from White/cream, light pink or with a green tinge and contains about 3-8 flowers on each stalk, This plant contains a tuber which is turnip like and can grow to 3 & half cm, the leaves are deeply incised.