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Pelargonium identification


I have a problem for a pelargonium's indentification.
 
Description : this geophyte has a large tuber. Before dormancy all the epiterranean parts of the plants die off. The radical leaves resemble those of a carrot or P. triste.
 
Pseudo-umbels with 5 flowers after dormancy and before the leaves. My pelargonium flower now  for the first time after three years without flowers. Flowers resemble those of P. schizopetalum with fimbriate petals yellow-green to brown-purple. Flowers resemble miniature carnations.
 
Thanks for your help.
 
Michel. South of France.Member of the International Geranium Society.
 




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