Size at maturity: 18-30" tall, 6-18" wide
- Canopy layer: groundcover
- Light requirements: full sun, part sun / part shade
Moisture requirements: moist to dry soil
Geranium is Greek for ‘crane’ and the origin of one of Geranium oreganum’s common names, Oregon cranesbill. Blooms between May and July. Found in moist meadows, shaded forests and woodlands from 2300-5900 ft (700-1800 m), mainly in Oregon, although found in a few places in Washington, California and Montana.
Photo Credit 2: Seven Oaks Native Nursery