Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert
Pelargonium appendiculatum - Planet Desert

Pelargonium appendiculatum

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Pelargonium appendiculatum

(This plant comes in a 3.5 inch pot. You will receive a very similar plant to the one in the picture. It may or may not be blooming at the time of your purchase. The plant is shipped in its pot to prevent any damage to the roots).

Flowers: pale yellow

Blooming season: Pelargonium appendiculatum is an early flowering species (September to October in habitat).

Light requirements: Light shade or morning sun in summer (avoid direct sun as it grows wild among rocks and under the shade of other plants) and in summer it needs to be kept in a cool area.

Watering: Water from early February to late April, then from early August to late November, at a minimum temperature of +14° C. These plants usually go dormant around April and dormancy can involve loss of all foliage. Cut back at this time. Keep completely dry in summer and winter, at a minimum temperature of +8° C.

Hardiness: Protect from frost. Getting too hot in winter can cause plants to return to dormancy.

 

Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz

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