Brand: American Beauties Native Plants
Color: pale lavender flowers
- For best results, plant in USDA zone: 3-8 - mature size: 18-24in H x 12-18in W
- Plant is delivered in a #1 size container. It is fully rooted in the soil and can be planted immediately upon arrival, weather permitting.
- Purple flowers Emerge in early April to provide an outstanding early nectar source for Native pollinators and butterflies
- Superb when grouped to form an excellent shade groundcover that also provides cover for Native songbirds
- Easy to grow
Publisher: Green Promise Farms
Details: Geranium maculatum there are always plants you see on a walk in the woods that make an impression & you ask yourself, "I wonder what this plant is?" wild geranium is one of those plant. An early to mid-spring hike in our northeastern woodlands will emblazon this plant in your mind with its deep green, deeply cut foliage forming a rounded mound with 1 to 1.5" Diameter, pink to lavender, single, five-pre-installed flowers floating above. This very attractive bloom is not letting like many spring Woodland flowers... You'll be able to enjoy It on subsequent spring walks for 6 to 7 weeks, making it all the better to think about how it might look in your landscape in a partially sunny spot. The answer: It will look great, especially if you plant it groups. It will look even better when you Catch a glimpse of all the spring butterflies that will visit to steal some of this plant's sweet nectar! Grow tips
easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Will spread but not aggresively. Removing spent flowers isn't necessary because they do not bloom for a s time. The foliage however can be quite attractive.
Package Dimensions: 25.0 x 8.0 x 8.0 inches