We set this smaller cranesbill in our rock garden, where it got overpowered by a wild myrtle spurge. When I finally cut its rangy stalks back, there it was, blooming away a bit sadly. We'll have to relocate it to where it can shine next year.
||Geranium macrorrhizum var. dalmaticum
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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|Diane Granger||May 30, 2017||I'm looking for a Geranium type plant that is so popular in Germany. The Germans plant them in window boxes and they bush out and cascade over the boxes and planters. I lived in Germany and used them yearly but I can't find anything like it here in the states. It's a small flower usually in bright pink and red. Can you help me?|
Sounds nice, but I can't help with identification.
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