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Biokovo Hardy Geranium

Geranium x cantabrigiense 'Biokovo'

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Biokovo Hardy Geranium

Geranium x cantabrigiense 'Biokovo'

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Deer Resistant
Dwarf Variety

Botanical Name

Geranium x cantabrigiense 'Biokovo'

Outdoor Growing zone

4-8

Mature Height

Mature Width

1-2

Sun needs

Full Sun, Partial Sun, Shade

With the Biokovo Hardy Geranium, or Cranesbill, it’s a toss-up which is more beautiful, the rounded, lobed leaves that turn red tones in fall, or the charming pale-pink flowers that adorn it in spring, early summer and a little in fall too. A fabulous groundcover plant for sun or shade it spreads up to 2 feet across, but rises only about 6 inches above the ground. Grow it at the front of beds, sprawling out over a path or terrace, or along shady paths through areas beneath trees. It’s a great companion to all shade-loving plants, and yet it can also be grown in sunny rock gardens and on slopes, especially in cooler zones.

  • Inch-wide pale pink flowers with dark red stamens
  • Rounded, lobed leaves often turn red in fall
  • Grows in sun or shade, tolerating drier soils
  • Ideal ground-cover for anywhere in the garden
  • Easy to grow and low-maintenance

The Biokovo Hardy Geranium will grow in full sun, partial shade and full shade, making it one of the most adaptable garden plants. The broad mat of stems and leaves is weed-proof, and needs almost no attention to stay neat and attractive. Untouched by deer or rabbits and usually free of pests or diseases too. Trim off the flower stalks once the petals fall, if you like it extra-neat. Drought tolerant, but grows best in moist, richer soil that are well-drained. Avoid wet ground.

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