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Cranesbill - #1

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Geranium maculatum

There are always plants you see on a walk in the woods that make an impression and you ask yourself, "I wonder what this plant is?" Wild Geranium is one of those plant. An early to mid-spring hike in our northeastern woodlands will emblazen this plant in your mind with its deep green, deeply cut foliage forming a rounded mound with 1 to 1.5" diameter, pink to lavender, single, five-petalled flowers floating above. This very attractive bloom is not fletting like many spring woodland flowers... you'll be able to enjoy it on subsequent spring walks for 6 to 7 weeks, making it all the better to think about how it might look in your landscape in a partially sunny spot. The answer: it will look great, especially if you plant it groups. It will look even better when you catch a glimpse of all the spring butterflies that will visit to steal some of this plant's sweet nectar!

Plant Details

Zone: 3-8

Mature Size: 18-24in High x 12-18in Wide

Container: #1

Growing Tips

Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Will spread but not aggresively. Removing spent flowers isn't nescessary because they do not bloom for a second time. The foliage however can be quite attractive. 

Availability and quality confirmed as of Monday, August 20 2018

Wondering what the #1, #2, #15 mean? The nursery industry uses these numbers to identify pot size. Wondering what size to buy? Check out this handy container comparison picture below. 

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