We have this plant established under our Japanese Mountain Cherry in a garden behind the house along with Helleborus & Daffodils. It produces a mat type groundcover with masses of semi double pink flowers in spring & summer. Unlike it's potted cousin it is extremely hardy & will thrive in the coldest Australian gardens.
|Botanic Name : Geranium macrorrhizum (Ingwersen's Variety)|
|Common Name : Rock Cranes Bill|
|Growth Type : Perennial|
|Water Use : Medium|
|Aspect : Full sun/Part-shade|
|Height : 30cm|
|Spread : Over 1 m|