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pelargonium ID


hi all

I have a mystery Pelargonium grown from bought seed. It is supposed to be P
capitatum but looks nothing like it. It has hairy leaves with 5 shallow
lobes and small flowers similar to P quinquelobatum except they are pale
pink with a few red marks at the base of the upper petals. The leaves dont
have a scent.

If anyone would like to have a look I have some digital photos taken
yesterday.

Can you help or have any idea what it might be?

Mark
N Ireland





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