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Geranium Maculatum - 50 Plants $44.99

Geranium Maculatum - 50 Plants $44.99

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Geranium Maculatum


Geranium Maculatum is a hardy perennial plant that grows in meadows and woodlands. The Latin name for wild Geranium is Geranium maculatum, which means spotted or marked and refers to the flower markings on this plant. The genus name comes from the Greek word grants, which means crane.

The name refers to the shape of its leaves, which resemble cranes flying in groups. It has fragrant, rosy purple flowers and large leaves with pointed tips. They are also known as cranesbill geranium or storksbill. They can now be found wild in most of the southeastern states and along parts of the west coast. The plants prefer moist soil and partial shade.


Wild Geranium Have A Long Blooms Season


They have a long bloom period, but individual flowers only last a few days. The blooms appear from May to June, with each flower staying for about three or four days. They have a powerful smell.

They bloom from May to June, with the flowers appearing in white, pink, or red. The fall leaves change color and become vibrant shades of orange. In addition to these attributes, it is an annual herbaceous plant that can be used for ground cover.

They bloom from spring through summer. The flowers are typically pink, purple, or white and are small compared to other flowering plants but bloom in clusters up to 4 inches (10 cm) long. Each variety's color depends on the type you choose to grow.

You can plant several varieties near one another to enjoy their beautiful colors throughout the growing season.

They are found in damp woodlands and meadows. They grow best in moist soil, though they can tolerate various moisture levels. They thrive best in planting zones 3 to 9, except zone 4. It is hardy enough to withstand extreme temperatures without succumbing to damage.

In addition to hardiness zones, they require a certain amount of sunlight and water each year. Geraniums thrive in full sun with well-drained, slightly acidic soil. They should be watered thoroughly but not overwatered, especially when the plant is young.

The flowers attract bees and hummingbirds, which is also a good addition for pollinators. You can plant it as a ground cover for a manageable height.

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Customer Reviews

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George Riley
Geranium Plant

I have this planted in planters and find its space in my balcony. Lovely purple blooms are lined up perfectly.

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