geranium maculatum (wild geranium) native


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  • five-petaled flowers of pale pink to lilac
  • attractive, cranesbill-like seeds heads follow the flowers
  • basal leaves are dark green and deeply palmate
  • naturally found in woodlands or shaded roadsides
  • suitable for naturalizing
  • bloom time: early to late spring
  • zone 4
  • height 40-45cm
  • spread 50-60cm
  • colour pink (pale)
  • grows best in an average to moist, well-drained soil, in partial to full shade, however, will tolerate full sun with adequate moisture
  • pruning hard after flowering will help maintain its shape, but will not extend bloom time
  • spreads non-aggressively by rhizomes
  • full sun, partial sun/shade, full shade
  • deer resistant
  • rabbit resistant
  • native to ontario
  • ground cover
  • (image courtesy of NVK nurseries, NVK holdings inc.)