Pelargonium grenville

Pelargonium grenville has cream flowers with pinkish red markings on the upper petals and dark pink stamens. The leaves are oval in shape and grey green in colour it also has a tuber which is turnip shaped. It was given the name grenville after Lord grenville was found the plant in South Africa and brought it back to Europe. This plant is native to South Western parts of South Africa where it grows below other plants.

p. grenvilleae

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