Geranium sanguineum var. striatum (Striped bloody cranesbill)

Height: 8-10 inches
Spread: 24 inches
Light: Part sun to full shade
Soil: Moist, well-drained soil is ideal. Tolerates clay soil.
Description: An extremely hardy, clump-forming perennial geranium that is best used as a low-growing groundcover in moist, shady areas. Dark green, deeply lobed leaves turn brilliant crimson in fall. Evergreen. Clear pink flowers with darker veining. Seedpods resemble the bills of cranes, hence the common name. Blooms late spring – summer; sporadically in fall. Shear lightly in mid-summer to revitalize foliage. Fragrant foliage is rabbit resistant!


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