Erodium manescavii is a herbaceous perennial. They sometimes grow it as an annual. It is clump-forming. Erodium manescavii is part of the Geraniaceae family of plants. It is also called Manescau Storksbill, Manescau Heronsbill, or Erodium manescavi. Erodium manescavii is native to the Pyrenees in Europe.
Erodium manescavii has pinnately shaped leaves. The leaves are medium green. They are toothed. The basal leaves can grow to 30cm or 1ft long. Erodium manescavii grows clusters of pink-lilac colored flowers. The upper petals usually have spots. Erodium manescavii blooms from early summer to early autumn. The flowers are saucer-shaped.
How to grow Erodium manescavii:
Grow it in the sun. Plant Erodium manescavii in well-drained soil. Use neutral to alkaline soil. South-facing or west-facing exposure is the best.