Geranium tuberosum

Geranium tuberosum

Description

Geranium tuberosum, or cranesbill, is a low growing plant with feathery, fern-like leaves that are home to slender, erect stems bearing pale purple flowers with prominent purple veins across each notched petal. Seepods appear at the end of season that look like cran’s beaks. Plant in sheltered sunny to partially shady areas in moist but well drained soil in gardens, borders, beds, gravel or rock gardens, underplanting, meadows, or a lovely ground cover.

Additional information

Weight N/A
Bulb size

Unit

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Colour

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Height

25

Flowering Period

April-May

Bulbs/m2

Biodiversity friendly

Fragrant

Naturalises

Yes

Annual/Perennial

Perennial