Common name: Geranium Origin: South Africa Uses: Blooms throughout the year in mild areas. The leaves are very fragrant and can be used in jellies, iced drinks or in potpourri. While the common name is geranium, Pelargoniums are botanically different from geraniums. Pelargoniums have asymmetric flowers, from the Southern hemisphere, are frost tender and have woody stems. After overgrowth was removed, this plant returned along the back wall of Foundation 9.
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