meadow cranesbill


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Noun1.meadow cranesbill - tall perennial cranesbill with paired violet-blue axillary flowersmeadow cranesbill - 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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He was almost competing against himself when he was awarded joint second place with Gianpiero Ferarri for their images 'Moorhen Washing' and 'Sooty Copper on Meadow Cranesbill' respectively, each being awarded 19 points.
Boost your bee-friendly plant stock Grow more flowers, shrubs and trees that provide nectar and pollen as food for bees and other pollinators throughout the year - pussy willow, primroses and crocuses in spring, lavenders, meadow cranesbill and ox-eye daisies in summer, ivy and hebes in autumn and mahonia and cyclamen in winter.
Meadow cranesbill Loose Woman Andrea McLean: It's free and a bit unkempt, like me on my days off!
Guidelines include: | Grow more flowers, shrubs and trees that provide nectar and pollen as food for bees and other pollinators throughout the year - pussy willow, primroses and crocuses in spring, lavenders, meadow cranesbill and ox-eye daisies in summer, ivy and hebes in autumn, and mahonia shrubs and cyclamen in winter.
The other self-seeder is native meadow cranesbill, Geranium pratense, which decorates grassy embankments with a soft blue haze.
The effect is created by the flowers of geranium pratense, the meadow cranesbill. They cast this beautiful haze of blue and are a most gracious and endearing wild flower.
Housemartins are still feeding young in Prescot, while, at Rainford, Jim found plenty of meadow cranesbill, greater bellflower and common fleabane at its flowering best.
Guidelines include: Grow | more flowers, shrubs and trees that provide nectar and pollen as food for bees and other pollinators throughout the year - pussy willow, primroses and crocuses in spring, lavenders, meadow cranesbill and ox-eye daisies in summer, ivy and hebes in autumn, and mahonia shrubs and cyclamen in winter.