Geranium with egg-shaped leaves, plaited, upright, sawed, and downy; flowers with five fertile chives; the two upper threads rolled back and fringed. (Bot. Repos.)
Published in [pub;//BotP Bot. Repos.] 2: 115 in 1800.
The Downy-leaved Geranium, according to the Hort. Cantab, of Mr. Donn, introduced from the Cape of Good Hope, in the year 1794...
Synonym of Pelargonium ovale (Burm.f.) L'Hér.