Botanical: Geranium x oxonianum 'Wargrave Pink'
Common: Hardy Geranium
General Characteristics: This hardy geranium cultivar is a bushy, compact, clump-forming perennial which typically grows in a creeping mound to 12-18" tall with a similar spread. Features 5-petaled, clear pink flowers (to 1" diameter) with notched petals. Flowers bloom in late spring (May-June) in hot summer climates, but may bloom throughout the summer in cooler northern climates. Sparse summer rebloom may occur in some locations, if plants are cut back hard after flowering. Palmate, deeply lobed, medium green leaves (2-3" across).
Use: Banks and slopes, beds and borders, city, containers, cottage/informal, under-planting. 'Wargrave Pink' is also a quick spreader and makes a wonderful groundcover or mass planting. It is a good low maintenance plant.