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- Wild Geranium - Geranium maculatum Hardy Planting Zones - 3-8 Sun or Shade - Full Sun to Part Shade Mature Height - 18-24" Mature Width - 12-18" Bloom Season - Late Spring to Early Summer Gardener Status - Beginner
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Wild Geranium - Geranium maculatum
Wild geranium, a herbaceous perennial, is a native United states flower, originating from the forested areas of Missouri. Geranium maculatum is a hardy plant that can withstand numerous environmental fluctuations. Also known as spotted geranium, wood geranium or the cranesbill geranium, this plant favors soil and environmental conditions similar to its landscape of origin, heavy thick forested areas. The USDA plant hardiness zone is a map used industrywide to determine optimal locations for plant survivability. Bloom time occurs during April, May, June, and July- without severe insect or disease issues, wild geranium remains a favorite choice as a plant that can survive below average care conditions. Reasonably drought resistant, it can withstand unstable watering patterns, although, in the event of dry conditions, leaf extremities may brown, wither, and show signs of damage. For landscaping and proper planting, target partly shaded areas of fringe borders and wooded gardens; geranium can be planted in groups to provide ground cover if needed. Geranium grows 18 to 24 inches tall in maturity and commonly grows in clump formation. With bright, delicate blooms, Geranium can blossom in three different shades, a pale pink, medium-tone pink and lilac. Sweet purple pink-toned flowers, similar to the outline of a miniature daisy, geranium flowers sprout as delicate buds, then grow to the approximate size of cherry blossoms. Five rounded petals grace a light inner circle with upward flower formation and pale yellow-white streaks curving inwards serving as insect stripes- signaling nectar access to pollinators. Without any botanical severe disease issues, wild geraniums remain a popular choice due to honeybee attracting ability, and overall resistance- plants are also rabbit and deer proof. The Wild Geranium is an herbaceous perennial that is native to Northeastern North America. This plant blooms a pale pink, deep pink, or showy lilac flower in the spring. The Geranium attracts butterflies and tolerates rabbits and deer.