We have so many Pelargoniums growing wild in the Western cape that they are really hard to identify.

I call them wild geraniums as they have the same type of flower and furry leaves.

But there are many varieties from the dune pelargonium to the pelargonium crispum, pelargonium betulinum, pelargonium capitatum to Pelargonium myrrhifolium.

Colours range from snow white to the deepest pink. and their size ranges from a tiny plant to a huge bush.

They are all beautiful and I can never go past one without taking another photo.

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