<i>Geranium phaeum</i> var. <i>phaeum</i> 'Samobor'
<i>Geranium phaeum</i> var. <i>phaeum</i> 'Samobor'
<i>Geranium phaeum</i> var. <i>phaeum</i> 'Samobor'
<i>Geranium phaeum</i> var. <i>phaeum</i> 'Samobor'

Geranium phaeum var. phaeum 'Samobor'

dusky cranesbill

A useful geranium that will thrive even in damp or dry shade. This has small, deep purple-black flowers in late spring to...

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