<i>Geranium sanguineum</i> 'Album'
<i>Geranium sanguineum</i> 'Album'
<i>Geranium sanguineum</i> 'Album'
<i>Geranium sanguineum</i> 'Album'
<i>Geranium sanguineum</i> 'Album'
<i>Geranium sanguineum</i> 'Album'

Geranium sanguineum 'Album'

bloody cranesbill

This pretty cranesbill is smothered with pure white, cup shaped flowers from May though to June. Thriving in full sun or partial...

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An invaluable, classic pure-white geranium with dark-green foliage that is happy in hot, dry shade and still keeps its cool persona Val Bourne - Garden Writer

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