"I like this plant and would have given 5 stars, but the rainy Summer caused it to not flower as expected. But when it does flower it is very nice and perky. Goes well with other Crane's Bill plants."
Snowbird in AK
These smallish plants are not the geraniums with big red flowers sold every spring in pots. Those are actually in another group altogether and their botanical name is Pelargonium, not Geranium. These are the true Perennial Geraniums, with long blooming seasons and neat growth habit. The common name "Cranes Bill" comes from the shape of the pointed seedpod.
A low-growing variety, this Geranium grows to be just 12-18” and delights with delicate, magenta-purple flowers. New Hampshire Purple tolerates hot summers and cold winters, making it an adaptable and easy-care choice for most gardens. (Geranium sanguineum) More Details
Elegant, light sapphire blooms are offset by gorgeous, lacy mounds of dark foliage. This long-blooming beauty offers season-long color, with foliage changing to reddish-orange in the fall. This Geranium tolerates partial shade and is extremely easy to grow. (Geranium) More Details
Looking for an elegant, low-maintenance groundcover? This Geranium, also known as Crane’s Bill, is the perfect choice for you. Delicate, pure white blooms are splashed with pink and create a carpet of color in the summer garden. It grows in full sun to light shade and tolerates most soil types. This garden favorite attracts pollinators and will quickly become one of your favorite go-to perennials for low-growing blooms. It spreads heartily, but is easy to control. More Details
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