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Image of Geranium maculatum photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Spotted Cranesbill)

Dainty light to deep pink blossoms cover spotted cranesbill from spring to early summer. This eastern North American perennial grows from rhizomes (underground rooting stems)and will colonize an area, although not aggressively. In the wild, plants exist in moist soils and dappled meadows, open woodlands and wooded edges. In southern areas with mild winters it may remain semi-evergreen through the cold season.

The dappled light to medium green leaves of spotted cranesbill are rounded with five...

Image of Geranium robertianum photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Death-Comes-Quickly, Herb Robert)

Ornately lobed lush green leaves and small pink-toned flowers are the assets of herb Robert cranesbill. This clumping herbaceous biennial or annual is native to the highland meadows of central Chile. It produces lots of seeds and perpetuates itself once established in a landscape. Depending on climate, it may be semi-evergreen or germinate and grow during a frost-free, moist winter.

Borne on upright stems from spring to midsummer, the cup-shaped flowers are usually held in pairs. Each is hairy...

Image of Geranium sanguineum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Blood Cranesbill, Blood Red Cranesbill)

Toughness, longevity, attractive foliage, and a lengthy blooming season are among the many merits of this low-growing herbaceous perennial from Europe and northern Turkey. Five-petaled, saucer shaped, magenta (or pink or white) flowers appear in quantity in spring, recurring in lesser numbers until early fall. The dainty, deeply lobed leaves – borne on branching, usually sprawling stems – are also attractive, often turning bright colors in fall. The airy, open plants spread slowly by short fleshy...

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Jessie Keith

(Blood Cranesbill, White Cranesbill)

Toughness, longevity, attractive foliage, and a lengthy blooming season are among the many merits of this low-growing herbaceous perennial from Europe and northern Turkey. Five-petaled, saucer shaped, magenta (or pink or white) flowers appear in quantity in spring, recurring in lesser numbers until early fall. The dainty, deeply lobed leaves – borne on branching, usually sprawling stems – are also attractive, often turning bright colors in fall. The airy, open plants spread slowly by short fleshy...

(Blood Cranesbill)

Blood cranesbill is a tough, long-blooming, low-growing herbaceous perennial from Europe and northern Turkey. The cultivar 'Alpenglow' bears five-petaled, saucer shaped, glowing rose-pink flowers from late spring into fall on branched, compact stems. The dainty, rounded, deeply lobed leaves are dark green, sometimes turning red in fall. Plants spread slowly by short fleshy underground rhizomes.

This beautiful, long-lived, drought-tolerant perennial does best in fertile well-drained soil in sun...

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James H. Schutte

(Blood Cranesbill)

Toughness, longevity, attractive foliage, and a lengthy blooming season are among the many merits of this low-growing herbaceous perennial from Europe and northern Turkey. Five-petaled, saucer shaped, magenta (or pink or white) flowers appear in quantity in spring, recurring in lesser numbers until early fall. The dainty, deeply lobed leaves – borne on branching, usually sprawling stems – are also attractive, often turning bright colors in fall. The airy, open plants spread slowly by short fleshy...

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Blooms of Bressingham

(Blood Cranesbill)

Toughness, longevity, attractive foliage, and a lengthy blooming season are among the many merits of this low-growing herbaceous perennial from Europe and northern Turkey. Five-petaled, saucer shaped, magenta (or pink or white) flowers appear in quantity in spring, recurring in lesser numbers until early fall. The dainty, deeply lobed leaves – borne on branching, usually sprawling stems – are also attractive, often turning bright colors in fall. The airy, open plants spread slowly by short fleshy...

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Jessie Keith

(Blood Cranesbill)

Blood cranesbill is a tough, long-blooming, low-growing herbaceous perennial from Europe and northern Turkey. The cultivar 'John Elsley' bears five-petaled, saucer shaped, bright rose-pink flowers from late spring into fall on prostrate stems. The dainty, rounded, deeply lobed leaves are dark green, sometimes turning red in fall. Plants spread slowly by short fleshy underground rhizomes.

This beautiful, long-lived, drought-tolerant perennial does best in fertile well-drained soil in sun or partial...

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James H. Schutte

(Blood Cranesbill)

Blood cranesbill is a tough, long-blooming, low-growing herbaceous perennial from Europe and northern Turkey. The five-petaled, saucer shaped, bright magenta-pink flowers of the cultivar 'Max Frei' are borne prolifically in late spring and early summer and in lesser numbers from midsummer into autumn. The dainty, rounded, deeply lobed leaves are dark green, sometimes turning red in fall. The compact plants spread slowly by short fleshy underground rhizomes.

This beautiful, long-lived, drought-tolerant...

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James H. Schutte

(Blood Cranesbill)

Blood cranesbill is a tough, long-blooming, low-growing herbaceous perennial from Europe and northern Turkey. The five-petaled, saucer shaped, bright magenta-pink flowers of the cultivar 'New Hampshire Purple' are borne prolifically in late spring and early summer and in lesser numbers from midsummer into autumn. The dainty, rounded, deeply lobed leaves sometimes turn red in fall. Plants spread slowly by short fleshy underground rhizomes to form mounds of lax, branched stems.

This beautiful,...