Geraniums are related to the annual (Pelargonium), but they claim the name Geranium. Another classic plant for the border, Geranium can be found as tiny alpine types or the more plentiful border types. Mounding clumps of cup-shaped flowers appear in early summer in shades of pink through purpley-blue. Geranium var Striatum has pale blush pink flowers with dark crimson veins. With low spreading mats of finely cut leaves, Striatum is excellent for edging.
Bloom time May-September
Hardiness Zone 3
Please note: This picture shows what the plant may look like when more mature. At this time our plants may not look like this.