The island of St. Helena played a role in history as the place of exile and burial of Napoleon following his defeat at Waterloo. Still administered by the U.K., it is also home to a unique flora and fauna, some of which is extinct and much of which is still endangered by centuries of overgrazing and deforestation. Among its rarities is Pelargonium cotyledonis, a natural bonsai with peeling bark and tidy, cordate, rugose, dark-green leaves and delicate umbels of white flowers.
Pelargonium cotyledonis or “Old Father Live Forever” as it is commonly known is an endemic of the island of Saint Helena in the South Atlantic Ocean where it is found growing in well drained soil with some summer rain. It is a white flowered, deciduous succulent plant, and is considered rare and endangered. It will grow a stem of up to 5cm in diameter and can reach up to 50cm high.
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