Also known as
Cranesbill, Alum Bloom, Alum Root, American Kino Root, Chocolate Flower, North American Crowfoot, North American Wild Cranesbill, Rock Weed, Sailor's Knot, Shame-Face, Spotted Geranium, Wild Crane's-Bill, Wild Geranium, Wild cranesbill, American cranesbill
Geranium2012 by Rob Duval (CC BY-SA 3.0)
5 years to reach maturity
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Spotted Cranesbill Overview
This species is also known as Spotted cranesbill, it has an upright growth habit and produces pretty, purple-pink flowers with attractive venation and 5 petals. These face upwards and are paler towards the centre of the flowers. Foliage is divided palmately into 5-7 leaflets and may be blotchy in colour.
How to propagate Spotted Cranesbill
Divide plants in early spring or autumn.
Special features of Spotted Cranesbill
Other uses of Spotted Cranesbill