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This should be the right one for sure...

And this is how the flowers should look.

Plant from Alexanderbaiil, South Africa.

Author: James Edward Smith, 1793
Origin:  Southern Namibia, North-Western South Africa
Soil:  Mix
Water:  Medium
Sun:  Maximum
Thickness:  3 Centimetres
Height:  40-120 Centimetres
Flower:  White - Pale Pink / Pink
Propagate:  Seeds/Cuttings
Names:  Samphire Leaved Pelargonium
Synonyms:  Pelargonium dasycaule, Adrian Hardy Haworth, 1818. (Published as Pelargonium dasycaulon.)
Geraniospermum crithmifolium,
Geraniospermum munitum,
Geranium crithmifolium,
Otidia crithmifolia,
Pelargonium munitum,
Pelargonium paniculatum,

This member of the Geraniaceae family was described by James Edward Smith in 1793. It is found in southern Namibia, the Richtersveld and Namaqualand, growing in a well drained soul with little to some water and lots of sun. The stems can grow up to five centimetres thick and up to 40 or even 120 centimetres. The flowers are from white to pale pink with darker markings.

The genera name from Greek; pelargos; 'stork' for the ripening fruits, which resembles the bills of storks. The species name means 'having leaves like Crithmum', a member of the Apiaceae family.

This is a winter-grower.

Not sure on the ID of this plant and its flower.

And this is how the flowers should look.