Pelargonium curviandrum

Pelargonium curviandrum has lovely white to cream coloured flowers with dark red feathery marks on the upper narrow petals containing 4 stamens on a long flower stalk.

It is a tuberous plant which is dormant in the Summer months with soft hairy leaves which are oval in shape and grow at ground level forming a rosette of leaves at the base of the stem.

P. curviandrum is native to the Southern Cape in areas of the Little Karoo on mountainsides, sandstone, clay slopes and hill sides

pelargonium curviandrum painting

Pelargonium Caffrum

P. caffrum is a rare pelargonium with delicate features similar to that of P. bowkeri, the flower petals are fringe like & deep red in colour which are night scented.
It has a tuberous root with deeply divided leaves and flowers mostly during the Summer. It doesn’t like too much hot sun and prefers sun part of the day with light rain in Winter. The picture is an illustration of the P. caffrum flowers
pelargonium caffrum illustration