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Geranium - Sanguineum Striatum
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Geranium - Sanguineum Striatum

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Formerly known as Sanguineum Lancastriense.This species was discovered growing on Walney Island by planthuntsman Roy Lancaster. This plant requires a well draining soil and can form a well domed mound reaching up to 12 inches high. Flowers June/August. Place in a sunny site. Propagate by division.

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