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<i>Geranium pratense</i> 'Mrs Kendall Clark'
<i>Geranium pratense</i> 'Mrs Kendall Clark'
<i>Geranium pratense</i> 'Mrs Kendall Clark'
<i>Geranium pratense</i> 'Mrs Kendall Clark'
<i>Geranium pratense</i> 'Mrs Kendall Clark'
<i>Geranium pratense</i> 'Mrs Kendall Clark'

Geranium pratense 'Mrs Kendall Clark'

meadow cranesbill

Pearl-grey, saucer-shaped flowers with pale grey stripes on the petals appear in summer among finely cut mid-green leaves....

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An upright cranesbill with lilac-blue flowers heavily veined in lighter silver grey - a shimmering acquisition - and a real presence in summer Val Bourne - Garden Writer

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