This species breaks with the normal trifoliolate arrangement of leaflets typical of the genus and, instead, is one of the several species with palmate leaves, with 5 to 8 finger-like leaflets. The 3 cm (1⅛") diameter flowers are pink fading toward the yellow throat. When in bud, the red outer margins of the petals give the buds a candy-cane appearance. We offer divisions of HBG 73294, M. Vassar 6396, a collection made by John Lavranos s.n., in the Gifberg Mtns., near Vanrhynsdorp, N. Cape. S. Africa. $7.