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Common Name: Crane's Bill
Plant Family: Geraniaceae
Planting Style: cottageSeason of Interest: Mid-summerPosition/ Situation: Herbaceous BorderSun or Shade: Sun to Part ShadeFlower Colour: PurpleScented flowers or leaves: No ScentLeaf Colour: GreenHeight: low (up to 3 feet)Evergreen: NoSoil Type: Heavy/ClaySoil PH: No preferenceHardiness/minimum temperature: HardyBee and Butterfly: BothRabbit & Deer Resistance: Not Known To Be ResistantResistance to Honey Fungus: Resistant to Honey Fungus
Bushy, clump-forming cultivar with deeply cut leaves and violet-purple flowers from early-mid summer. Cut back after first flowering for a new flush of foliage and flowers. For sun to part shade in any soil except boggy. Drought tolerant.
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