Geranium endressii is a herbaceous perennial. It is semi-evergreen. It is native to Western Pyrenees. Geranium endressii is part of the Geraniaceae family of plants. It grows to 75cm or 30in tall. They also call it the Endree’s Cranesbill, or French Cranesbill.
Geranium endressii has lobed and deeply divided leaves. The leaves are about 8cm or 3in wide. Geranium endressii flowers in the summer and autumn. The flowers are pink with dark veins. They are 3.5cm or 1.5in wide. The flower petals are notched. Geranium endressii is hardy down to -4ºF or -20ºC.
How to grow Geranium endressii:
Grow Geranium endressii in the sun or partial shade. Plant it in moderately fertile soil that is well-drained. Avoid water-logged or boggy soil. Geranium endressii flowers better in the sun, but will tolerate light shade.
Propagate Geranium endressii by division or basal cuttings. Remove flower stems to encourage new growth. Watch out for vine weevil, slugs, snails, sawflies, powdery mildew, or downy mildew.