Pelargonium grandifolium is an upright slightly woody shrub like pelargonium that grows up to 50 cm (20 inches) in height with bluish green digitate leaves and a waxy texture, beautiful large creamy white flowers with darker markings on the upper petals & each flowering stalk contains 2-3 flowers. Pelargonium grandiflorum was brought to Kew gardens in the late 1700s by Francis Masson during his travels to South Africa on botanical expeditions.
This plant is native South Africa in areas of the South Western Cape where it grows on mountainsides and among rocky sandstones.
Pelargonium grandifolium prefers sandy soil conditions in full sun P.H acid. It is best planted in the garden with a good amount of compost,as a border plant, in a rock garden or in a medium sized pot.