Pelargonium incrassatum

Pelargonium incrassatum Pelargonium incrassatum
Date: 1997 March 15

One of the most attractive-flowered succulent Pelargoniums. Like others coming from areas of Southern Africa with dry Summers and Winter rainfall, it grows in Winter, ends the season by flowering, and then sits out Summer as a leafless dormant tuber.

I find many of this family easy to grow and raise from seed, which is probably best sown in the Autumn, as seedlings from Spring sowings will sometimes go dormant while still very small.

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Last modified: 25th March 1997