Wooden Surface

Geranium maculatum

Wild Geranium is an easily grown wildflower that blooms in the spring and typically dies back a bit as the hot summer rolls in.


Plant alongside later blooming plants such as asters and gentians to help hide the spent blooms and foliage. Equally at home in woodlands as well as full sun, wild geranium will be a bee and butterfly magnet with 27 species of lepidoptera visiting the pink-purple flowers.


Fun Fact: Geranium maculatum has an interesting way of spreading its seeds. You can see this mechanism in the last photo, as it dries it flings the seeds away from the plant.

Geranium maculatum (Wild geranium)

  • detail

    SIZE AND POT INFORMATION: More details coming in May
    type: herbaceous perennial
    sun needs: full sun, part sun/part shade
    water needs: dry, average
    height: 12-18"
    plant spacing: 1 plant per square foot
    bloom time: April, May, June, July
    bloom color: purple, pink
  • good plant companions

    Ferns, trillium, columbine, Pennsylvania sedge, star sedge

  • special notes

    deer resistant (please note that does not mean deer proof)




Opening in May

Specific dates and

times coming soon.


Norwell, Massachusetts

Specific address announcement coming soon.


News, helpful tips, and updates on plant availability.

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