Spotted Cranesbill GeraniumGeranium maculatum 24" tall. Clusters of single 1¼"-wide pinkish-lilac saucer-shaped flowers. The deeply cut leaves turn vivid shades of reddish-orange in autumn and distinctive long narrow “cranesbill” seedpods flutter jauntily above the spreading foliage.
Vigor, longevity, hardiness, lo-o-ong flowering period and lush attractive foliage make this North American native useful for borders, edging, rock gardens or as an orchard companion.
Also known as Wild Geranium, this is the true geranium. Beneficial insect attractor. Native pollinator plant. Low-growing spreading groundcover.
For best results plant in the lightly shaded areas of wild open woodland gardens or in the orchard underneath your ancient apple trees. Plant 12-18" apart in average garden soil. Z4. (bare-root crowns)
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