pelargonium rapaceum

Pelargonium rapaceum is native to a large area of the Cape Province and has flowers which are similar to a pea flower in shades of yellow or pink with red markings on the upper petals & each flowering stalk containing about 10 flowers.
It grows from a large turnip shaped tuber, sometimes containing up to seven tubers which can be edible or used as medicine, the leaves are hairy and finely divided, and was first collected during the 1700s.
image from artscult.com

rapaceum pic

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