Native Geranium, Australian Cranesbill, Native Carrot
- Tableland - alpine
- Available summer-autumn, common in damp habitats (Flood, 1980:95)
- Black Mountain, Murrumbidgee Valley, Gudgenby, Mt Coree, south through the Cotter and along the ranges. (Burbidge & Gray, 1976:233)
- Red Hill
- Large fleshy roots were roasted (Flood, 1980:95)
- Plants with tough roots - need to be pounded; contain nutritious starch and can be eaten after cooking; some contain tannin - unpalatable (Zola & Gott, 1992:47)
'… boiled and eaten the slender, carroty taproot … was well packed with starch but not particularly palatable with a slight bitter flavour.' (Cribb & Cribb, 1987:169)
- terrat : Coranderrk
- kullumkulkeetch : Tjapwurong
- kawurn kallumbarrant : Gunditjmara (Zola & Gott, 1992)
Grow from seed or cutting. Hardy plants suitable for rockery or planting in pots.
Pelargonium spp.; Erodium spp.
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