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Geranium - Pulchrum
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Geranium - Pulchrum

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Species of South Africa. It is a subshrub that grows to a height of 3 feet. Its foliage is silvery grey/green with its underside being covered in silvery silky hairs. It flowers from June-August and thrives best in moist soil with part shade. It will tolerate temperatures down to minus 5 degrees celcius. Propagate from cuttings or seed.

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