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A graceful shrub with a sweet aromatic scent on the leaves that are three-lobed and palmate resembling a palm of a hand in form, the flowers are white to pink with dark red markings on the upper petals. This plant was given the name “Greytonese” because it was first discovered in the small town of Greyton in the Western Cape, South Africa where it was named after the governor of the Cape at the time Sir George Grey. Pelargonium greytonense is an upright slightly woody hairy shrublet which grows to about 100 cm (39 inches). Best planted in the garden alongside other plants or shrubs, in medium-sized pots or in a fragrant garden.

Pelargonium  greytonense        

Sweet  aromatic leaves

 each packet contains 5 seeds

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Plant details

Growth habit-  A n upright shrublet

Soil type-  sandy   PH acid

Height-100 cm/ 40 in

Flower period- Spring Summer

Position-  full sun

plant description

Pelargonium greytonense is an upright slightly woody shrublet that grows to about 100 cm (39 inches) in height, the three-lobed palmate leaves have a sweet aromatic scent and pale pink flowers with darker markings on the upper petals, each flowering stalk contains 1-8 flowers.

This plant is native to a small area of the Western Cape where it grows near on mountainsides and narrow gorges which has winter rain and hot summers.

growing conditions
Pelargonium glutinosum prefers sandy soil(PH.acid) in full sun and is ideal as a garden plant combined with other shrubs or in a medium sized pot.