Pelargonium triste

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Pelargonium triste, Ait. (Geranium triste, Linn. G. pastinacaefolium and P. villosum, Mill.). St. or caudex very short, succulent: lvs. large, 2-3 pinnately compound, pubescent, the ultimate teeth gland-tipped: calyx-tube long and stalk-like, much exceeding the pedicel, the lobes half as long as the petals: fls. brown-yellow with dark spots.—A well-marked species, sometimes offered in the trade. It runs into several forms. The various names and synonyms suggest the divided lvs. of the umbellifers and other plants. Var. filipendulifolium, Sims. Caulescent: lvs. sub-bipinnatifid, the segms. oblong. B.M. 1641. Var. daucifolium, Harv. (Geranium daucifolium, Linn.), has lf.-segms. narrow-linear or linear-oblong. Var. laxatum, Harv., has lvs. 4-pinnate, the pinnse stalked and ultimate segms linear. CH

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