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unknown Pelargonium

hi all

Can I trouble you to try and sort out an ID for a Pelargonium I have? =
Any input would be great.

This plant was grown from seeds which were bought as P. capitatum. So =
far from this packet I have got canadicans, capitatum and what seems to =
be various coloured leaf forms of alchemilloides - golden, moss green, =
yellow and one that is very hairy. There are a few more unidentified =
plants but I'll cover there some other time.

This plant has elongated heart shaped leaves which overlap where the =
leaf is attached to the leaf stem. The biggest leaf is 7.5cm wide and =
8.5cm long The leaves are smooth but feel like they have very fine hairs =
on the upper surface. The leaf stems are smooth. The leaves have a =
fresh, clean spicy scent with a hint of apples. For reference the plant =
is in a 4 inch pot and so far hasn't flowered. It isn't feature in the 3 =
volumes of 'Pelargoniums of South Africa'. Here is a link to my web site =
where the plant can be seen =

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