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South African and Australian Natives

Monsonia emarginata 4" pot

A desert dwelling relative of the Geranium, it has a perennial rootstock that sends out new prostrate stems every year.  Lots of delicate white flowers.  It's rather scraggly looking, but still interesting to fans of Southern African wildflowers.

(Geraniaceae) Syn. Geranium emarginatum, Erodium undulatum, Monsonia ovata, Olopetalum ovatum.  Photo courtesy of Michael Wolf

Light: Full sun, part shade. 

Water: Moderate while growing, but dry during dormant rest.

Soil: A wide range of soil, but it must be well-drained.

Fertilizer: All-purpose, slow release at half strength

Hardiness: Zone 10




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