Meadow Cranesbill (Geranium pratense)
Meadow cranesbill, Geranium pratense, is found in the wild throughout Britain, although it is rare in East Anglia and the west country. It is one of the parents of 'Johnson's Blue', one of the stalwarts of the cottage garden, and itself looks lovely in a formal garden setting. Meadow cranesbill flowers are held above its foliage, and are favourites of bumblebees - honeybees are regular visitors too, as in this photo. We can also help you with Wood cranesbill, Geranium sylvaticum - just ask.
Supplier : British Wildflower Plants / All Things Rural
Our Meadow cranesbill plants and seeds have guaranteed UK provenance and are supplied by signatories to the Flora Locale code of practice.
We donate half of our profit on sales of Meadow Cranesbill to Buglife