<i>Geranium</I> × <I>magnificum</I> 'Rosemoor'
<i>Geranium</I> × <I>magnificum</I> 'Rosemoor'
<i>Geranium</I> × <I>magnificum</I> 'Rosemoor'
<i>Geranium</I> × <I>magnificum</I> 'Rosemoor'
<i>Geranium</I> × <I>magnificum</I> 'Rosemoor'
<i>Geranium</I> × <I>magnificum</I> 'Rosemoor'

Geranium × magnificum 'Rosemoor'

cranesbill

Dense clusters of saucer shaped, heavily veined rich violet flowers appear among deeply divided, mid-green leaves in one...

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