Bloody cranesbill


The Bloody cranesbill has beautiful magenta-pink flowers, and is an easy to grow perennial. The Bloody cranesbill prefers an alkaline soil with sun/partial shade, and the area should be well drained. The bright blooms bring an amazing pop of colour to a woodland edge, or cottage border, especially as the flowers can be 4cm in diameter. In addition during the Autumn months, the leaves turn a dark red, adding another dimension to the garden.

Geranium sanguineum
Sun,partial shade
Height : 30-50cm
Flowers: May-Oct
This is a good source of nectar : 


Other features:
This is the county flower of Northumberland, which provides long lasting colour for any garden.

Bloody cranesbill is a wonderful nectar plant for butterflies.

Additional information


1.5 Lt pot, 9cm pot, 6 plug plants