Max Frei Hardy Geranium - Bloody Cranesbill - Live Plant - Gallon Pot
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GERANIUM: A favorite for its excellent habit and late spring to summer blooming period. Not to be confused with annual Geraniums, these are hardy perennials that will return year after year. Plants are blanketed with five petalled flowers and the foliage is attractive and aromatic. Can be used as a groundcover in sun or shade.
Max Frei is a hardy geranium cultivar that is noted for its compact growth habit and reddish-purple flowers. It typically forms a spreading mound of foliage typically growing 4-9 inches tall and spreading 12-24 inches wide. It features 5-petaled, reddish-purple flowers and deeply-lobed, dark green leaves. Primarily blooms in May and June with a sparser rebloom occurring throughout the summer. Foliage often turns attractive shades of red in autumn. The species is sometimes commonly called bloody cranesbill in reference to its deep purple/crimson flowers and crane-like seed heads.
Hardy in zones 4-9. Height: 4-9" Spread: 12-24".
Hardy in zones 4-9
Height: 4-9" Spread: 12-24"
Prefers full sun or partial shade
Blooms spring and summer
Immediate shipping in a one gallon pot. Shipped dormant in the winter