Geranium oreganum (Oregon Geranium) SE

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Plant Description: This plant is a rapidly growing herbaceous perennial arising from a woody base. The unbranched stem is hairy to glandular. Green leaves are 2-6 in wide with 5-7 deeply cut lobed segments. Single to few flowered terminal clusters, the five purple-pink petals form a flat surface. Fruit is a beaked capsule resembling that of a crane’s bill. 

  • Height: 18-30"
  • Width: 6-18"
  • Watering needs: moderate 
  • Sun needs: full sun to part shade
  • Soil needs: moist to dry, well-drained soil
  • Bloom Time: Between May and July

Landscape Use and Ecological Function: This native plant is found in moist meadows, shaded forests, and woodlands from 2300-5900 ft. It grows mainly in Oregon, although is found in a few places in Washington, California, and Montana.

*Photos by SevenOaks Nursery*

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