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Hardy Geranium Hardy Geranium pratense 'Laura' Meadow Cranesbill : Perfect for your border displays. Beautiful white double flowering blooms - unbeatable! Hardy Geranium pratense 'Laura' is ideal for ground cover as the foliage grows in a compact manner making it ideal. Cottage garden flower.

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Elke Everblooming Geranium Charming pink blooms and red autumn foliage provide an inviting ground cover throughout the seasons. Withstands the worst summer heat and is more tolerant of cold and drought than other hardy geraniums. Geranium sanguineum

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Blue-and-white hardy Geranium 'Splish Splash' aptly named

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Hardy Geranium Buxtons Blue - Single Flowering Hardy Geraniums - The Vernon Geranium Nursery. Flowers non stop from summer through to autumn!

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Hardy Geranium plenum 'Violaceum' - Double Flowering Hardy Geraniums - The Vernon Geranium Nursery

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Cranesbill Provides a Weedproof Ground Cover - Lovely low growing perennial that has a big bloom in the spring and smaller blooms during the summer. Very tolerant of dry conditions. Easy to divide and start in a different place. Have kept mine going for 20 years. Also known as Hardy Geranium. I love this!

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Blue & White Hardy Everblooming Geranium Mix. Three striking styles—blue, white, and white flowers with blue streaks—create a cool splash of color. Makes a great accent for red, pink and yellow blooms. Zones 3 to 8. Full Sun to Partial Shade. Deer Resistant Perennials.

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Dragon Heart Geranium, from Dutch Gardens. 18 to 24" tall. Perennial (zones 5-8). Loose habit. Sun to partial sun.

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Geranium, Cranesbill 'Rozanne' --Cranesbill geraniums--Hardy Geraniums continue to gain popularity among gardeners who are looking for low maintenance plants. Not only do they produce lovely flowers in a wide variety of colors, but they also have varied growing habits to suit gardeners in almost any climate. Hardy geraniums are easy to propagate. Most can be started from seeds in the spring or divided at any time during the growing season.

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