Pelargonium Gibbosum

£4.00 incl tax

One of those crossover plants that appeals to collectors of succulents too, due to the caudex (thickened/swollen base) from which the woody segmented stems form. These give rise to it's common name "gouty pelargonium" because of the swollen joints. These can make the plant brittle and it is therefore best staked to avoid breaking. Although, if it does, these knobbly branches make surprisingly easy cuttings. It's leaves are glabrous grey green and their design more like that of a herb. It's overall spectacularly unusual appearance is crowned by it's unique chartreuse yellow flowers which are highly scented. 

Origin South Africa and reaching max height approx' 2 feet in the UK.

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