Geranium phaeum “Lily Lovell”

Dusky Crane’s-Bill Geranium phaeum “Lily Lovell” differs from the natural form by lighter leaves and purple flowers. The perennial plant from the Geraniaceae family can grow up to 90 centimeters high, the flowers are pollinated by honeybees. In the garden, it is suitable for sunny to semi-shady locations with evenly moist soil. Popular name(s): Dusky […]

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Geranium pusillum

Small-Flowered Crane’s-Bill Flower stems of Geranium pusillum can grow up to 40 centimeters long. They grow upright or lying down, depending on the location. The flowering season can last from spring to fall. If its seeds germinate in the spring, the Small-Flowered Crane’s-Bill will only grow as an annual. If they germinate in late summer […]

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Geranium molle

Dove’s-foot Crane’s-bill, Dovesfoot Geranium Geranium molle can grow up to 30 centimeters high and is an introduced species in some parts of North America. Popular name(s): Dove’s-foot Crane’s-bill, Dovesfoot Geranium Botanical name: Geranium molle Family: Geraniaceae Origin: Asia, Europe, North Africa and as an introduced species also in Australia and some regions in North America […]

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Geranium dissectum

Cut-Leaved Crane’s-Bill

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Geranium purpureum

Little-Robin

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