Geranium pratense 'Striatum'

Meadow cranesbill

A geranium worthy of Jackson Pollock. 

A palette of mauve and white is splashed and dashed across the delicate petals with gay abandon. 

Each flower is a unique combination of drips, dots and splashes. Very exuberant, deserving a prominent position in the border. 

It blooms in early summer and may bloom again if the spent flowers are sheared off. 

A wonderful mat forming ground cover plant for well drained soil. If soggy, the roots will rot. Meet this requirement and Geranium pratense are trouble free, long lived, and low maintenance. 

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£ 5.50

Family

Plant type

Hardiness

Height

Spread

Foliage

Flower

Soil

Position

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Geraniaceae

Hardy perennial

H6

50cm 

45cm 

Mid green, orange in autumn 

White, blue stripes 

Well-drained, fertile, moist

Full sun, partial shade

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