Geranium sylvaticum

Posted February 4, 2018 8:29 pm by Sallie Thayer

Geranium sylvaticum

“Geranium sylvaticum — Wood Cranesbill”, drawing by Sarah “Sallie” Thayer, 2017Still in my blue period, but now I am veering towards purple for the next few postings as I begin a gentle lead-in to my pink and red  flower selections.Geranium sylvaticum, commonly known as Wood Cranesbill or Woodland Geranium, is a species of hardy flowering plant in the Geraniaceae family, native to Europe, including Britain, from the Arctic to Spain east to the Caucasus and Siberia. This plant grows to a height of about 24 inches. It is a mound-forming, herbaceous perennial with deeply cut and toothed 7-lobed basal leaves. In

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