Pelargonium pseudofumarioides is a prostrate herb with a woody taproot and the branches are normally spreading. Flowering stalks carry up to 10 flowers, ranging from pink to pale cream.
This growth form allows it to be used as a groundcover and the very finely dissected leaves makes it quite attractive.
Pelargonium pseudofumarioides prefers a well-drained soil and is frost hardy. Plant it where other plants cannot overrun it.