This was grown from seed labeled as geranium transbaicalicum, but I have my doubts - information I've found for that species says it grows to 10", but ours is much taller; instead of "grayish leaves", it has mid-green leaves. But with so many cranesbills, I've no idea what this really is, so for now I'll keep calling it G. transbaicalicum. Please let me know if you believe otherwise!
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This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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June 12, 2004