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(Blood Cranesbill)

Blood cranesbill is a tough, long-blooming, low-growing herbaceous perennial from Europe and northern Turkey. One of the most compact selections, 'Shepherd's Warning' bears a profusion of glowing rose-pink flowers in late spring and early summer, with sparser repeat bloom from midsummer into autumn. The dainty, deeply lobed leaves turn red in fall. Plants spread slowly by short fleshy underground rhizomes to form rounded hummocks.

This beautiful, long-lived, drought-tolerant perennial does best...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(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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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Blood Cranesbill, Vision Violet Cranesbill)

Blood cranesbill is a tough, long-blooming, low-growing herbaceous perennial from Europe and northern Turkey. The seed-grown cultivar 'Vision Purple' bears a profusion of glowing purple-pink flowers in late spring and early summer, with sparser repeat bloom from midsummer into autumn. The dainty, deeply lobed leaves turn red in fall. Plants spread slowly by short fleshy underground rhizomes to form airy clumps.

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

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Mary S. Thomas

(Blood Cranesbill)

Blood cranesbill is a tough, long-blooming, low-growing herbaceous perennial from Europe and northern Turkey. The prostrate variety striatum bears a profusion of soft-pink, purple-veined flowers in late spring and early summer, with sparser repeat bloom from midsummer into autumn. The dainty, deeply lobed leaves turn red in fall. Plants spread slowly by short fleshy underground rhizomes to form low airy clumps.

This beautiful, long-lived, drought-tolerant perennial does best in fertile...

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James H. Schutte

(Avens)

This genus comprises around 50 diverse species of herbaceous perennials. These can be found across the globe from the Americas to Europe, Africa and even New Zealand. Only a few are heavily cultivated as garden ornamentals to include Geum coccineum (Red Avens), Geum montanum (Alpine Avens), Geum rivale (Purple Avens), and Geum triflorum (Prairie Smoke).

Geums inhabit a wide range of habitats such as dry open fields, bogs and alpine regions. As with environmental...

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Marian Keith

(Avens)

This genus comprises around 50 diverse species of herbaceous perennials. These can be found across the globe from the Americas to Europe, Africa and even New Zealand. Only a few are heavily cultivated as garden ornamentals to include Geum coccineum (Red Avens), Geum montanum (Alpine Avens), Geum rivale (Purple Avens), and Geum triflorum (Prairie Smoke).

Geums inhabit a wide range of habitats such as dry open fields, bogs and alpine regions. As with environmental...

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James Burghardt

(Avens, Starker's Magnificum Avens)

This genus comprises around 50 diverse species of herbaceous perennials. These can be found across the globe from the Americas to Europe, Africa and even New Zealand. Only a few are heavily cultivated as garden ornamentals to include Geum coccineum (Red Avens), Geum montanum (Alpine Avens), Geum rivale (Purple Avens), and Geum triflorum (Prairie Smoke).

Geums inhabit a wide range of habitats such as dry open fields, bogs and alpine regions. As with environmental...

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PlantHaven

(Avens, Totally Tangerine Avens)

This genus comprises around 50 diverse species of herbaceous perennials. These can be found across the globe from the Americas to Europe, Africa and even New Zealand. Only a few are heavily cultivated as garden ornamentals to include Geum coccineum (Red Avens), Geum montanum (Alpine Avens), Geum rivale (Purple Avens), and Geum triflorum (Prairie Smoke).

Geums inhabit a wide range of habitats such as dry open fields, bogs and alpine regions. As with environmental...

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TL

(Scarlet Avens)

This genus comprises around 50 diverse species of herbaceous perennials. These can be found across the globe from the Americas to Europe, Africa and even New Zealand. Only a few are heavily cultivated as garden ornamentals to include Geum coccineum (Red Avens), Geum montanum (Alpine Avens), Geum rivale (Purple Avens), and Geum triflorum (Prairie Smoke).

Geums inhabit a wide range of habitats such as dry open fields, bogs and alpine regions. As with environmental...

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Yoder Brothers

(Cooky Avens, Scarlet Avens)

This genus comprises around 50 diverse species of herbaceous perennials. These can be found across the globe from the Americas to Europe, Africa and even New Zealand. Only a few are heavily cultivated as garden ornamentals to include Geum coccineum (Red Avens), Geum montanum (Alpine Avens), Geum rivale (Purple Avens), and Geum triflorum (Prairie Smoke).

Geums inhabit a wide range of habitats such as dry open fields, bogs and alpine regions. As with environmental...