The fruits of the rose-scented pelargonium or Pelargonium capitatum in different stages of ripening are carried here concurrently with late flower pseudo-umbels.
The low-growing sprawl of the plant in coastal sand on its soft stems is maintained in windy conditions. When growing close to taller shrubs, the trailing stems may be scandent.
The fruit cluster consists of a number of mericarps (individual dry carpels of an umbelliferous fruit), held up by the peduncle. Upon ripening each individual seed separates from what was the ovary, curving away from the style on its awn. The awn is covered in silky white hairs (Wikipedia).