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Geranium Endressii – Cranesbill
3,99
Cranesbill Rozanne - Geranium
7,99
Cranesbill Rozanne - Geranium (Six-pack)
42,99 -23%
32,99
Geranium Sanguineum Album - Cranesbill
4,99
Cranesbill Max Frei - Geranium sanguineum (Six-pack)
21,99 -23%
16,99
Cranesbill Johnson's Blue - Geranium (Six-pack)
28,99 -24%
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Geranium Cranesbill for Sale Online

Geranium Cranesbill are for sale online. Cranesbill is a graceful foliage plant with lovely flowers. Their flowers range from pristine white, to different shades of purple, pinks and reds. It is no wonder that these plants are very popular and much sought after in England. They are ideal ground cover plants and are also extremely shade tolerant. This means that you can successfully plant them anywhere in the garden. Garden geraniums are very strong and require no maintenance at all to thrive. Cranesbills come in all shapes and sizes. So there is always a plant that is suitable for your garden. They are ideal border fillers and can be combined with any kind of plant you choose. Tip: Plant hardy Geraniums and Pelargonium’s in pots to decorate your balcony, terrace or windowsills.

Geranium Cranesbill Care

Hardy Geranium Cranesbill requires little to no maintenance at all. In fact, it is one of the easiest garden plants to grow. The English climate is particularly suitable to grow different types of geranium. They also grow well in any soil type. If they grow too large, simply dig them up and divide and replant them. After flowering, simply trim them down to allow new foliage to grow. This also keeps your plants looking tidy and promotes a possible second flowering. Tip: Are cats a nuisance? Then it is good to know that most cats hate hardy geraniums and will try to avoid the plant if possible.

  
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