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Geranium Philippe Vapelle (Cranesbill)

Geranium Philippe Vapelle - Cranesbill  - A neat, mound-forming plant that typically grows 15-18" tall and features purplish blue, 5-petaled flowers with dark purple veins and large, rounded, blue-gray leaves (3-4"). Long late spring to early summer bloom. Family : Geraniaceae   

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Geranium Philippe Vapelle (Cranesbill) 1

Author : Marietta Paternoster Garr
Photo # : 35770
Online since: September 16th 2020

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