Geranium pratense


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Noun1.Geranium pratense - tall perennial cranesbill with paired violet-blue axillary flowersGeranium pratense - tall perennial cranesbill with paired violet-blue axillary flowers; native to northern parts of Old World and naturalized in North America
crane's bill, cranesbill - any of numerous geraniums of the genus Geranium
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I spotted Geranium Pratense Plenum Violaceum with its intense blue flowers and added it to my notebook for future use, it's a stunner.
In the garden here at Glebe Cottage, Geranium pratense, our native cranesbill, is in complete control during June and July.
The meadow cranesbill - Geranium pratense - is one of the most amenable and does well both in full sun or partial shade.
The flowering of the double forms of Geranium pratense is one of the highlights of the summer.
Our native cranesbill, Geranium pratense, starts to flower now, accompanying the vivid magenta blooms of Geranium psilostemon.
Geranium pratense, robust and showy, has rich purple flowers.
Geranium pratense seeds itself all over the show here and plays an important role in the June and July garden but when the show is over, that is that.
Geranium pratense seeds itself all over the show here and plays an Geranium pratense seeds itself all over the show here and plays an important role in the June and July garden, but when the show is over, that is that.
To the front will be a grass verge planted with wild flowers such as primula vulgaris (cowslip), geranium pratense (meadow cranesbill), silene dioica (red campion) and leucanthemum vulgare (ox-eye daisy).