The Pelargonium alchemilloides inflorescence in picture has two open flowers in its pseudo-umbel or cluster. A third is near to opening, pointing towards the camera, while four pendulous buds still have limp, shorter floral tubes or hypanthium channels.
From three to 15 flowers may be carried in a P. alchemilloides pseudo-umbel on its long peduncle. Pointed, hairy bracts spread in a ring from the pseudo-umbel base. The pedicels are much shorter than the hairy floral tubes above them, easy to miss.
There is a tubular, nectar-bearing spur fused with the pedicel in each flower as part of the flower tube. It opens at the base of one of the sepals for serving drinks to pollinators, thereby ensuring their fidelity and safeguarding the plant's seed production (Grenier, 2019; Manning, 2009; Leistner, (Ed.), 2000; iNaturalist).