Pelargonium multibracteatum

The new plant Pelargonium multibracteatum is doing well and has some new leaf growth on its thick stems.

It has spreading branches and slightly scented light green circular leaves, lobed with rounded margins and purple zoned.
When in bloom the flowers are white with a slight shade of pink at the center, and each flowering stalk bears up to 10 flowers.

The name multibracteatum refers to the numerous bracts of this plant and is native to East Africa, Tanzania to Ethiopia where it grows to about 30 cm in height under the section Cironium.

There may be a delay with the dispatch of orders at this time due to temporary suspension of the Elta Hellenic post (problem with the IT system.)
But hopefully it will be resolved in the coming days.


We are currently working on seed packet designs of all pelargonium species available in our store.
They contain a small but detailed description of each plant with a outline drawing of the flower & leaves.

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