A herbaceous perennial growing to approximately 37 cm high x 60 cm wide. Masses of soft pink flowers appear in late spring and flowering continues until autumn.
|Origin:||From a cross between the Australian species Pelargonium australe and P. rodneyanum.|
|Uses:||Ideal for planting in small gardens, rockeries or hanging baskets. Plant in groups for greater effect.|
|Maintenance:||This plant has tuberous roots so they can be pruned back to ground level in late autumn or winter. In spring fresh new growth will appear.|
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