Unknown hardy geraniun in Sweden

Ann_NesoddenNovember 15, 2005

I found

in the Botanical Garden in Gothenburg last summer. Anyone know what it is?

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tahota(USDA-5 Sunst-2b)

It sure looks a lot like the Richardson's Geranium (G. richardsonii) that is native here in the Western U.S. When out hiking, I've noticed that there can be a lot of variation in this speicies. In the wild the flowers range from white to deep magenta.

    Bookmark   November 15, 2005 at 6:18PM
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