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1 Gallon Pot. Native. Geranium maculatum is a clump-forming, native, woodland perennial which typically occurs in woods, thickets and shaded roadside areas. Forms a mound of foliage that grows to 24″ tall and 18″ wide. Features 1 1/4″ diameter, pink to lilac, saucer-shaped, upward facing, 5-petaled flowers in spring for a period of 6-7 weeks. Deeply cut, palmately 5-lobed, dark green leaves (to 6″ across). Flowers give way to distinctive, beaked seed capsules which give rise to the common name of crane’s bill.