Geranium pratense


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Synonyms for Geranium pratense

tall perennial cranesbill with paired violet-blue axillary flowers

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SINGING THE BLUES Geranium pratense dominate during June and July
In one border, ordinary Geranium pratense has coloured as brightly as any acer, while Geranium uvlassovianum, which has seeded all over the rose garden, is an intense ember red, which looks hot to the touch.
Geranium pratense seeds itself all over the show here, and plays an important role in the June and July garden.
The other self-seeder is native meadow cranesbill, Geranium pratense, which decorates grassy embankments with a soft blue haze.
Geranium pratense, the meadow cranesbill, has produced dozens of hybrids, including Kashmir White and Purple.
The Geranium Pratense Summer Skies is a tall variety that shows off double violet-blue large flowers.
Fel grug o bob math, Geranium pratense - y rhai piws/las 'na, gwahanol alliums, Veronica longifolia (y blodau hir, piws), verbascum, Echinacea purpurea (blodau tebyg i lygad y dydd dim ond eu bod yn fawr ac yn aml yn binc ond rhai gwyn sydd gen i), achillea ac ati; a gadewch lonydd i'r dant y llew a bysedd y cwn
Geranium pratense (meadow cranesbill) is another well-known Scottish weed and it grows along damp roadsides.
In the middle of your flowerbeds make room for the variety Ann Folkard, which has magenta-coloured flowers above lemon-yellow leaves, plus varieties of Geranium pratense.