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Spotted Geranium

It has very nice dissected leaves that form a mounded habit. Five-petaled pink flowers, produced on stalks hovering over the leaves, grace the garden in May. Spotted geranium produces seeds freely, and new plants are always a surprise. This wild geranium, a native of our woodland forests, is one of the easier species to grow in a shade garden. A native plant that naturalizes well.

Soil:
Moderate
Plant Shape:
Mounded
Exposure:
Partial Shade
Full Shade
Bloom Time:
March - April
May - June
Bloom Color:
Pink
Landscape Use:
Bedding or Border
Understory
Wildlife Interest:
Attracts Butterflies
Resistant To Deer
Native to Midwest
Plant Type:
Perennial
Hardiness Zone:
3 - 8