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Pelargonium ferulaceum is part of the Geraniaceae family. Charles Louis L'Héritier de Brutelle gave it its name in 1789. It is native to the southern part of Africa. It lives in well drained soil with some water and lots of sun. It grows to about 4' tall. The flowers are white. They can be propagated by cuttings and seeds. Pelargonium ferulaceum are winter-growers. They are easily grown. They lose their leaves and grow new ones all year long.