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Geranium incanum

This is an attractive sprawling perennial shrublet with finely divided, silvery leaves. The violet or magenta flowers are borne on long slender stalks, followed by characteristically elongated fruit resembling a stork’s bill.

It is aptly known as the ‘carpet’ geranium and seeds itself freely, spreading everywhere and an attractive back-drop to other plants.

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Family Name:
Common Name:
Carpet geranium (Eng.); berate, vroubossie (Afr.)
Plant Height:
30 cm
Flower Colour:
Pink Purple
Flowering Time:
September, October, August