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Geranium cinereum ‘Alice’ PP18351   

This G. cinereum hybrid is said to have some of the largest flowers in the species! Light pinkish lilac flowers, with darker pink venation and distinct eye. Blooms all summer, measuring up to 2" across. Grows just 6" tall with silverish green foliage, making it a great groundcover. Developed by British plantsman, Carl Lowe. 

    Common Name:Cranesbill
    Hardiness Zones:4-9
    Deer Resistant:No
Growing Tips: Plant in moist but well drained soil.

About Geranium: Geraniums are very popular and for good reason. They are easy to grow and perfect for tucking in the garden border where they can stand alone or be used en masse. With a wide variety of foliage and flower colors to choose from, there is one for every garden.