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Pelargonium  ranunculophyllum

Horse shoe zoned pelargonium   

A lovely graceful pelargonium with attractive rounded palmately lobed leaves with a reddish to deep purple zone (horseshoe) in the centre. The flowers are narrow and white to pink sometimes with reddish markings on the upper petals on long flower stalks which contains about 2-3 flowers. P. ranunculophyllum is a low-growing plant with long delicate stems and is smaller in size than P. alchemilloides which has similar characteristics and thinner stems. It is native to the Eastern Cape where it grows in rocky sandstone or on mountainsides over 1000 m. Best grown in part shade in pots, planted in the garden or combined with other plants.

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plant description

Pelargonium ranunculophyllum is a low-growing plant with long deliate stems and grows to 20 cm (8 inches) or more in height with rounded palmately lobed leaves,the flowers are white to pink with narrow petals and reddish markings on the upper petals & each flowering stalk contains 2-3 flowers.

This plant is native to South Africa in areas of the Eastern Cape where it grows on mountainsides over 1000 metres and among rocky sandstones.

growing conditions

Pelargonium ranunculophyllum prefers sandy loam soil in part shade and is best planted in a sheltered position on a window sill or close to a wall, as a pot plant or grown in the garden combined with other plants.

Plant details

Growth habit- A low growing plant

Soil type- sandy loam

Height- 20 cm/ 8 in

Flower period-  spring summer

Position- part shade