Tall, with finely cut leaves forming a dramatic mound, Geranium Pratense is a clump forming perennial with abundant clusters of large saucer shaped, blue or violet flowers from late spring to mid summer. This geranium may even rebloom in late summer or fall if the plant is cut back after the first flowering flush. The blossoms arise from the foliage of deeply-lobed leaves (7-9 lobes) with long, pointed teeth, that turn bronze in fall. Easy to grow, Geranium Pratense stands out as one of the tallest and most vigourous cranesbills.

Plant in full sun, partial or full shade, in moist but well drained soil. Attracts butterflies to your garden, deer and rabbit resistant. grows to heights of 3 feet with a spread of 3 feet. Ideal for beds, borders, ground cover, edging and underpalnting shrubs such as roses

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