Pelargonium gibbosum

Pelargonium gibbosum is growing well and has spread its long succulent branches outwards which can spread over a meter across and are swollen at the nodes. The leaves are also slightly succulent in appearance which are irregularly toothed, P. gibbosum can develop a thick mound over time up to 30 cm in height and then forms a caudiciform base.

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