Geranium Sanguineum var. Striatum
Charming dwarf with salmon-pink blossoms
This proven performer makes an excellent ground cover.
Synonym: ‘Lancastriense.’ A true hardy Geranium, this charming dwarf perennial enchants with its salmon-pink blossoms that envelop the ground-covering foliage in summer and fall. A proven performer, it creates a richly laid mosaic with its sumptuous green-lobed foliage, and 1-inch, deeply veined flowers borne on sturdy 6- to 8-inch stems.
Very successful in the rock garden or the front of the border, it grows easily in light or medium soil with full sun — but will also tolerate light shade in hot climates. Highly drought-resistant, it reaches 24 inches wide. Zones 3-8.