Botanical name: Pelargonium acetosum
A native of South Africa, Pelargonium acetosum is characterized by fleshy foliage and the carriage hanging.
Unlike other aromatic Pelargoniums, p. acetosum is not fragrant foliage. In contrast, the epithet "acetosum" is a direct reference to the taste of the foliage. In his homeland, the young leaves and shoots are eaten raw in salads or cooked in soups and stews.
The elegant elongated Pink salmon and flowering lasts for most of the year.