Pelargonium L’Hér. ex Aiton

Fertile stamens usually more than 5. Calyx with a spur adnate to the pedicel (almost obsolete in P. inodorum) Pelargonium
Leaves deeply pinnately or palmately dissected, covered with harsh hairs, ovate in outline, up to 7 cm long and 6 cm wide; margins recurved; stipules ovate to triangular, c. 7 mm long. Flowers in umbels of 5–10. Calyx spur 2–4 mm long. Petals up to twice as long as the sepals, pink with darker markings. Fertile stamens 6. Shrubs up to 1 m high, fragrant. Escape from cultivation. Waste places. Fl. summer Pelargonium asperum
Leaves lobed or almost entire, covered with softly villous hairs or pubescent