Pelargonium acetosum Soland. Geraniaceae. Stork's Bill.
Cape of Good Hope. The buds and acid leaves are eaten.
Pelargonium peltatum Ait.
South Africa. At the Cape of Good Hope, the buds and acid leaves are eaten.
Pelargonium triste Ait.
South Africa. Syme says the tubers are eaten at the Cape of Good Hope.
Pelargonium zonale L'Herit.
South Africa. The leaves and stalks are eaten in Yemen.
Sturtevant's Edible Plants of the World, 1919, was edited by U. P. Hedrick.