Geranium maculatum can be found growing wildly in many places in Eastern North America. A staple in native gardens, wild geraniums grace the landscape with an abundance of pinkish-purple flowers in late spring/early summer.
Wild geranium tolerates a range of conditions, but provide some shade if your summers get very hot. To mimic nature, pair it with bloodroot, solomon's seal, trilliums, and native ferns!
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