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Pelargonium

History and Origin:

Pelargonium are a genus of flowering plants, native to South Africa. The genus name was first described by German botanist Johann Jacob Dillenius in 1732. Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus, first formally described Pelargonium in 1753 but grouped them together with the Geranium genus. The differentiation was not noticed for another 40 forty years.

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Pelargonium are perennials, sub-shrubs or shrubs that are also known as Geraniums. Most varieties are evergreen with palmately lobed leaves and vibrant clusters of flowers each petal showcases unique shapes and sizes. Dependant on variety, some have scented foliage, some are trailing and some have a bushy habit.

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