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An understated geranium - flowering is profuse but quite small white to pink flower heads. Tolerates shade as long as it is damp and therefore ideal for brightening shady woodland areas. Closer examination reveals the remarkably pretty veining.

Geranium versicolor (Pencilled Cranesbill)

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  • Posted: Sun. 7th June 2009 21:24

Geranium Versicolor Flower head

Reply from Laura Thomas

showing the magenta veining

Geranium Versicolor Flower head

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  • Posted: Sun. 7th June 2009 21:27

Re: Geranium versicolor (Pencilled Cranesbill)

Reply from Fiona

A beautiful plant. The intricate loops of veining looks fantastic especially as the leaves are a lovely fresh green. This plant was already in the garden when we moved here. It seems to have spread with other nearby clumps which I'm going to move.

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  • Posted: Wed. 8th May 2019 09:23

Re: Geranium versicolor (Pencilled Cranesbill)

Reply from Fiona

A beautiful plant. The intricate loops of veining looks fantastic especially as the leaves are a lovely fresh green. This plant was already in the garden when we moved here. It seems to have spread with other nearby clumps which I'm going to move.

Re: Geranium versicolor (Pencilled Cranesbill)

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  • Posted: Wed. 8th May 2019 09:24