Pleasant light pink flowers with pronounced sepals on strong stems. Macrorrhizum are more drought tolerant than other Cranesbills. The semi-evergreen aromatic leaves of Geranium Ingwersen's Variety are tinted bronze-red in fall and foliage can be dried for potpourri. Can be used as a well behaved groundcover - very nice at the base of Clematis. An award of Garden of Merit Winner.
Geranium are valued for their diversity of flower color, leaf shape and also easy care. Geranium bloom in shades of white, pink, blue, violetand magenta. A favorite for its excellent habit and late spring to summer blooming period. Leafy branched flowering stems form substantial masses of attractive foliage.
Prefers compost-enriched soil that stays moist. Snip off spent flowering stems at the base or shear tops back to new growth to stimulate rebloom and freshen foliage. Generally does not need division but can be divided in spring or fall if desired.