GERANIUM - x cantabrigiense / Cambridge Cranesbill
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GERANIUM - x cantabrigiense / Cambridge Cranesbill


    Geranium cantabrigiense 'Cambridge' is a hardy, low-growing perennial cranesbill that is native to the woodlands and meadows of Europe. This cultivar is known for its vigorous growth habit, attractive foliage, and delicate pink flowers.

    'Cambridge' forms a dense, mat-like clump of deeply-lobed, dark green leaves that have a slightly glossy texture. The leaves are aromatic, with a pleasant scent when crushed. From late spring to early summer, the plant produces an abundance of pale pink, star-shaped flowers with darker veins. The blooms are held above the foliage on wiry stems, and each flower has five petals that radiate out from a central cluster of stamens.

    This Geranium is easy to grow and thrives in full sun to partial shade. It prefers well-draining soil and is drought tolerant once established. It is also deer resistant and attracts pollinators to the garden.

    'Cambridge' is a versatile plant that can be used in a variety of garden settings. It is ideal for rock gardens, borders, and edging. It also makes an excellent groundcover, as it quickly forms a dense mat that suppresses weeds.

    Overall, Geranium cantabrigiense 'Cambridge' is a reliable and attractive plant that is well-suited for any garden. Its easy care, delightful fragrance, and delicate pink flowers make it a charming addition to any landscape.


    Height 25cm
    Width 45cm
    Bloom Time May-Aug
    Zone 4