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In the garden here at Glebe Cottage, Geranium pratense, our native cranesbill, is in complete control during June and July.
Overcoming lack of recognition, cranesbills have finally made their way into the mainstream nursery trade.
It is always fascinating to watch a flotilla of tiny bumblebees visiting Geranium phaeum, the mourning widow cranesbill.
Buxton's Blue is another famous cranesbill named after a great plantsman, E C Buxton, who specialised in wonderful woodland gardening.
All you have to do is send five first-class stamps, to cover p&p, to: People Free Meadow Cranesbills, Plant World Seeds, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ12 4SE.
The name geranium comes from geranos, the Greek word for the crane, which refers to the long beak of the seedpod and which gives them their common name of cranesbills.
At one time I'd tried to make this bank part of the garden, putting in cranesbills and other plants which, though they weren't formal, were very gardenesque.
BANK MANAGER ADDING a few bluebell bulbs too seems like a good i'd tried to make this bank part of the garden, putting in cranesbills and other plants which, though they weren't formal, were very gardenesque.
Geranium 'Mrs Kendall Clark' is one of the finest meadow cranesbills with its soft violet blue flowers veined with white.
Hardy geraniums, or cranesbills, are fantastic for the cottage garden.
Rozanne', one of the most versatile of all cranesbills, which deserves a round of applause on every level.
The collections are hand-picked from a range which includes hardy cranesbills to bellflowers, giant echiums to sea-hollies and columbines to hollyhocks.