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Types of Geraniums

Ashy ​Cranesbill​
Ashy ​Cranesbill​

Geranium (Cinereum Group) 'Purple Pillow' (Ashy Cranesbill) Cranesbill 'Purple Pillow', Geranium cinereum 'Purple Pillow', Geranium 'Purple Pillow', Hardy Geraniums

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Bigroot ​Geranium​
Bigroot ​Geranium​

Reflowering: With the exception of Bigroot Geranium (G. macrorrhizum) and Bloody Cranesbill (G. sanguineum) varieties, Geraniums have a tendency to sprawl after bloom. Cut plants back hard, to 2-3 inches above soil level, after the first wave of bloom.

Bloody ​Crane's-Bill​
Bloody ​Crane's-Bill​

The shorter selections of Cranesbill Geranium are valuable edging or rock garden plants. This species forms a bushy mound of fine-textured green foliage, bearing a bright display of magenta-pink flowers in late spring, well into the summer.

Carolina ​Geranium​
Carolina ​Geranium​

Such is true of Carolina geranium (Geranium carolinianum). Native to the U.S., Canada and Mexico, Carolina geranium was used for hundreds of years by Native American tribes, such as the Obijwe, Chippewa and Blackfoot tribes, as a valuable medicinal herb.

Cutleaf ​Geranium​
Cutleaf ​Geranium​

Cutleaf geranium is a freely branching annual or biennial broadleaf plant. Except for deserts and the Great Basin it is found throughout California to about 3900 feet (1200 m). Cutleaf geranium inhabits agricultural land and other disturbed locations.

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Dove's-Foot ​Crane's-Bill​
Dove's-Foot ​Crane's-Bill​

Its name Geranium is Greek for cranesbill. Dove’s foot geranium is an annual, grows in a rosette, is semi-prostrate, but can reach up to 30cm tall when in flower. Run your fingers up the stem which can be a reddish colour and you’ll feel the long soft white hairs growing there.

Geranium ​Antisanae​
Geranium ​Antisanae​

While the genera Geranium and Pelargonium are related, both being members of the family Geraniaceae, they are quite distinct. True geraniums, also known as cranesbills, referring to the shape of the fruit, for the most part have symmetrical flowers with ten fertile stamens.

Geranium ​Bicknellii​
Geranium ​Bicknellii​

Geranium bicknellii is a species of geranium known by the common names Bicknell's cranesbill and northern cranesbill. It is native to much of the northern half of North America, where it can be found in a number of forest and woodland habitats.

Geranium ​Californicum​
Geranium ​Californicum​

Geranium californicum tolerates seasonal flooding. Geranium californicum's foliage color is white and type is deciduous. Geranium californicum's flower color is pink. Communities for Geranium californicum:Red Fir Forest, Lodgepole Forest, Mountain Meadow and Yellow Pine Forest.

Geranium ​Chimborazense​
Geranium ​Chimborazense​

While the genera Geranium and Pelargonium are related, both being members of the family Geraniaceae, they are quite distinct. True geraniums, also known as cranesbills, referring to the shape of the fruit, for the most part have symmetrical flowers with ten fertile stamens.

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Geranium ​Ecuadoriense​
Geranium ​Ecuadoriense​

While the genera Geranium and Pelargonium are related, both being members of the family Geraniaceae, they are quite distinct. True geraniums, also known as cranesbills, referring to the shape of the fruit, for the most part have symmetrical flowers with ten fertile stamens. Most Pelargonium have bil...

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Geranium ​Exallum​
Geranium ​Exallum​

While the genera Geranium and Pelargonium are related, both being members of the family Geraniaceae, they are quite distinct. True geraniums, also known as cranesbills, referring to the shape of the fruit, for the most part have symmetrical flowers with ten fertile stamens.

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Geranium ​Holm-Nielsenii​
Geranium ​Holm-Nielsenii​

Geraniums make popular bedding plants in the garden but they?re also commonly grown indoors. Growing geranium plants is easy as long as you can give them what you need.

Geranium ​Ibericum​
Geranium ​Ibericum​

Geranium is a genus of 422 species of flowering annual, biennial, and perennial plants that are commonly known as the cranesbills. They are found throughout the temperate regions of the world and the mountains of the tropics, but mostly in the eastern part of the Mediterranean region.

Geranium ​Loxense​
Geranium ​Loxense​

While the genera Geranium and Pelargonium are related, both being members of the family Geraniaceae, they are quite distinct. True geraniums, also known as cranesbills, referring to the shape of the fruit, for the most part have symmetrical flowers with ten fertile stamens.

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Geranium ​Lucidum​
Geranium ​Lucidum​

Geranium lucidum Shiny geranium, also called shining crane's bill, is a low-growing annual Eurasian plant that has escaped from gardens into wildlands, particularly in Oregon's Willamette Valley, as well as a few locations in Washington State and California.

Geranium ​Oreganum​
Geranium ​Oreganum​

While the genera Geranium and Pelargonium are related, both being members of the family Geraniaceae, they are quite distinct. True geraniums, also known as cranesbills, referring to the shape of the fruit, for the most part have symmetrical flowers with ten fertile stamens.

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Geranium ​Potentilloides​
Geranium ​Potentilloides​

While the genera Geranium and Pelargonium are related, both being members of the family Geraniaceae, they are quite distinct. True geraniums, also known as cranesbills, referring to the shape of the fruit, for the most part have symmetrical flowers with ten fertile stamens.

Geranium ​Pusillum​
Geranium ​Pusillum​

Perennial geraniums can spread 2 - 4 ft. by rhizomes, but they are not aggressive and can be kept in check by periodic dividing. Sun Exposure For the best flowering and most vigorous geranium plants, site them in full sun to partial shade.

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Geranium ​Retrorsum​
Geranium ​Retrorsum​

While the genera Geranium and Pelargonium are related, both being members of the family Geraniaceae, they are quite distinct. True geraniums, also known as cranesbills, referring to the shape of the fruit, for the most part have symmetrical flowers with ten fertile stamens.

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Geranium ​Sericeum​
Geranium ​Sericeum​

While the genera Geranium and Pelargonium are related, both being members of the family Geraniaceae, they are quite distinct. True geraniums, also known as cranesbills, referring to the shape of the fruit, for the most part have symmetrical flowers with ten fertile stamens.

Herb Robert​
Herb Robert​

Geranium robertianum, commonly known as Herb-Robert, Red Robin, Death come quickly, Storksbill, Fox geranium, Stinking Bob, Squinter-pip (Shropshire), Crow's Foot, or (in North America) Roberts Geranium, is a common species of cranesbill native to Europe and parts of Asia, North America, and North Africa.

Himalayan ​Crane's-Bill​
Himalayan ​Crane's-Bill​

The Border selections of Cranesbill Geranium are valuable fillers for colour in early to mid summer. This species forms a mound of bold green foliage, bearing large violet-blue flowers with a reddish cast. Plants need to be cut back hard after blooming to encourage fresh new foliage. Easily divided in spring or fall.

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Meadow ​Crane's-Bill​
Meadow ​Crane's-Bill​

Meadow cranesbill (Geranium pratense) Meadow cranesbill (geranium pratense) is a beautiful, purple-blue wildflower that is commonly seen in meadows, along roadsides and hedgerows, and particularly in areas where soil is chalky and well drained.

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Purple ​Cranesbill​
Purple ​Cranesbill​

Bursting with flowers, hardy geraniums also enjoy a lush foliage which adds valuable texture in the garden. Incredibly tough, pest and disease resistant, they give a lot and require very little. Most hardy geraniums are ridiculously easy to grow.

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Richardson's ​Geranium​
Richardson's ​Geranium​

Definition of Richardson's geranium in the AudioEnglish.org Dictionary. Meaning of Richardson's geranium. What does Richardson's geranium mean? Proper usage and pronunciation (in phonetic transcription) of the word Richardson's geranium. Information about Richardson's geranium in the AudioEnglish.org dictionary, synonyms and antonyms.

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Sticky ​Geranium​
Sticky ​Geranium​

Sticky purple geranium Geranium viscossisimum is a native perennial forb that provides forage for birds, small mammals, deer, elk, bears and pollinating insects such as flies, butterflies and bees. It was also used by several Native American tribes as me\ dicine.

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Wild ​Geranium​
Wild ​Geranium​

Wild geranium is native to Eastern North America, growing from Southern Ontario to Georgia and west to eastern Oklahoma and the Dakotas. Hardy in Zones 3 to 8, Geranium maculatum is a tough plant and adapts to various growing conditions. In its native habitat, you’ll find wild geranium in woodlands and shady roadsides.

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Wood Crane's-​Bill​
Wood Crane's-​Bill​

Growing Geranium (Cranesbill) Latin Name Pronunciation: jer-ay'nee-um . Geranium is a variable genus of hardy perennials that offers up profusely blooming plants for many situations. The lobed foliage can be as interesting as the flowers, which come in vibrant as well as more subdued shades of true blue, lavender, pinks and white.

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