Geranium sanguineum 'Album'

Cranesbill-Bloody

Geranium sanguineum ÔAlbumÕ

Photo Credit: Stonehouse Nursery


Geranium sanguineum 'Album'

Cranesbill-Bloody

An excellent choice for customers looking for a low maintenance, fast growing, weed-suppressing groundcover that tolerates a wide range of soils. Clear white flowers dot the finely textured, bright green foliage early in the season, followed by beautiful red fall foliage.

Plant Details

  • Zone: 3 - 9
  • Height: 10-12"
  • Spread: 18-24"
  • Exposure: Full Sun, Part Shade
  • Soil Moisture: Low Water Needs, Moderate Water Needs
  • Drought tolerant: No
  • Bloom time: Early Summer, Late Spring
  • Foliage Color: Green Shades
  • Flower Color: White Shades
  • Fragrant: No
  • Good Cut Flower: No
  • Native: Not native to North America
  • Deer resistant: Yes
  • Rabbit resistant: Yes
  • Bee-friendly: Yes
  • Attracts butterflies: Yes
  • Attracts hummingbirds: No
  • Groundcover: No
  • Roy Diblik Favorite: No

Plant Details

  • Zone: 3 - 9
  • Height: 10-12"
  • Spread: 18-24"
  • Exposure: Full Sun, Part Shade
  • Soil Moisture: Low Water Needs, Moderate Water Needs
  • Drought tolerant: No
  • Bloom time: Early Summer, Late Spring
  • Foliage Color: Green Shades
  • Flower Color: White Shades
  • Fragrant: No
  • Good Cut Flower: No
  • Native: Not native to North America
  • Bee-friendly: Yes
  • Deer resistant: Yes
  • Rabbit resistant: Yes
  • Attracts butterflies: Yes
  • Attracts hummingbirds: No
  • Groundcover: No
  • Roy Diblik Favorite: No

Grower Information

For the best spring flowering display at retail, plant Geranium plugs in late summer. For later season sales, plant our vernalized plugs in spring or summer. Hardier varieties can be grown outdoors and easily overwintered in cold frames. Keep plants cool in late winter to avoid premature flowering.

  • PowerPlug Size(s): 32s
  • Optimal Planting Time: Late Summer-Fall
  • Retail Sales Window: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Moisture in Production: Average
  • Requires Shade in Production: Yes
  • Vernalization Required for Bloom: No
  • Vernalization Beneficial: Yes