Pelargonium crispum

Pelargonium crispum is now flowering for the first time, it is an upright branching slightly woody shrub that grows to 70cm (28in) with small fan shaped lemon scented leaves which are crisped around the edges.

Essential oils can be extracted from the leaves and is native to the South Western Cape where it grows on mountain sides and rocky areas.

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