Pelargonium quercifolium – Plant


Indigenous to South Africa, organically grown, and locally sourced from ethical growers committed to sustainable, Nature-friendly cultivation.

Common names: oak-leaf pelargonium (English).

Botanical name: Pelargonium quercifolium

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Care Summary

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Plant Summary

Pelargonium quercifolium, known as the oak-leaf pelargonium, is a shrubby, evergreen pelargonium with oak-like leaves and pinkish purple flowers. It is native to the karoo regions of South Africa, where it grows in rocky habitats. It has a balm-like scent and is used in traditional medicine for rheumatism, hypertension and heart disease. It also produces essential oils that have a laudanum fragrance and can repel insects. It is an easy-to-grow plant that can be propagated by seeds or cuttings. It prefers a well-drained soil and a sunny position. It is ideal for small gardens or containers, where it can add colour and aroma throughout the year.


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