Geranium richardsonii

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Photograph by Andrew Freeman.

Photography contest, Honorable Mention.

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Geranium richardsonii – wild geranium, Pearl Lake, Colorado.

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Geranium has recently been successfully cultivated in South Africa. The plant is stilled and the oils are mostly used in skin products, bath oils, cosmetics etc. There is a big market at present for the products derived from this plant. I am excited for the opportunities the successful cultivation of this plant can provide to the agricultural sectors of the South African economy.

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