Xeric or succulent Pelargonium spp

Los Angeles, CA(Zone 10a)

Xeric or succulent Pelargoniums fascinate me more and more. I recently bought more than 10 from Robin Parer at http://Geraniaceae.com ... and here's in in-person acquisition: P carnosum obtained last week at the my club's Winter Show and Sale (SGVCSS, Los Angeles County, CA).

I love the texture and shape of this stem.
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Yardley, PA

great looking plant. That may be my next plant.

Link, Sweden(Zone 5b)

Really beautiful, I have try to grow this one from seeds with no succes, the caudex pelargonium are amazing.

Los Angeles, CA(Zone 10a)

Yeah I want to try seed, but I give all the credit to the growers here: Barbara Hall, Tim Harvey, or Peter Walkowiak. (I don't remember which this was from right this second. I bought Pelargoniums from all three growers at the SGVCSS Winter Show and Sale.)

Tolleson, AZ(Zone 9a)

Nice one!!

Los Angeles, CA(Zone 10a)

Pelargonium dasyphyllum
PS: I must be a child. The leaves remind me of big parsley.

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Dartmouth, NS(Zone 6a)

I love succulent Pelargoniums! I have about 10 of them in my collection. Your P carnosum is gorgeous! I've been hunting fore that one for a while. and I haven't heard of P. dasyphyllum before, but its now going on my "want" list

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