Bright, double flowers in late spring to summer adorn this 10-12" clump-forming perennial, and attract birds and butterflies to your garden. Attractive, dense tufts of green leaves turn red to orange in the fall—an excellent ground cover. Easy to maintain and adapts to a wide range of growing conditions. #1 field-grown plants. Geranium 'Birch's Double'
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Botanical Name: Geranium 'Birch's Double'
Common Name: Geranium
Form: Clump-forming perennial
Root System: Rhizomes
Sun Exposure: Partial Shade/Full Sun
Height/Habit: 10 - 12"
Spread: Up to 2'
Spacing: 12 - 15"
Hardiness Zone: 4 - 8
Flowering Date: Late spring to summer.
Duration: 6 weeks
Cut Flowers: No
Dried Flowers: No
Shipping Season: Spring
Unique Characterstics: Bright double flowers; low spreading habit, great as a ground cover beneath trees or around shrubs. Easy to maintain once established. Will adapt to a wide range of growing conditions. Even if not in bloom, deeply cut foliage adds interest to your landscape.
Flower Color: Pink with purple veining
Flower Form: Large cup-shaped, round and double flowers.
Foliage Type: Dainty cut green leaves form dense tufts which turn a brilliant red and orange in fall.
Resistance: Good to all P & D problems
Soil Requirement: Well drained soil; don't allow to dry out.
Restricted States: AE AK GU HI PR
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