Clusters of large (1”+) pink/lilac flowers are a welcome sight in the woodland garden from April through June, loose mounds of intricately divided leaves are attractively spotted, spreads by seed and creeping rhizomes, drought resistant, Bob White Quail and Mourning Doves enjoy the seeds, attracts butterflies and native bees.
Plant Hardiness Zones: Zone 3a-8b
Other names: Spotted Geranium
Native Range: c. ME across s. ON to e. Dakotas, south to LA and GA
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