Geranium Palustre




Also known as Marsh Cranesbill, Geranium Palustre is a low growing, clump forming perennial forming bushy mounds of fresh green, deeply divided leaves. Flowers are borne on thin stems and are bright pink, trumpet shaped at first then almost starry when the wide open, wedge-shaped petals become separated. This plant has a long flowering season, from late spring into autumn, retaining a fresh appearance

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