How to grow Wild Geranium

Geranium maculatum

This geranium tolerates poor soils but prefers humusy soils. Deadhead spent flowers to promote more blooms. During the summer the leaves may turn yellow if the soil is allowed to dry out.1

How long does Wild geranium take to grow?

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Wild geranium Etymology

The genus name comes from the Greek word geranus which means crane in reference to the fruit which resembles the head and beak of a crane.1

Other names for Wild geranium

Spotted geranium, crane'sbill

Geranium maculatum L.



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