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Geranium, Endress'

Herbaceous Perennial Flower

Also known as Pyrenean Cranesbill
Geranium endressei
Geraniaceae Family

An attractive, mounded plant, Endress' Geranium has medium-green leaves with toothed lobes and silver-tinted, pale pink blooms that darken with age.

Site Characteristics
  • full sun
  • part shade

Soil conditions:

  • tolerates droughty soil
  • requires well-drained soil
Tolerates dry soils in colder climates, but requires moist soil in full sun in hot climates.

Hardiness zones:

  • 5 to 8

Special locations:

  • rock gardens
Plant Traits

Lifecycle: perennial

Ease-of-care: easy

Height: 1 to 2 feet

Spread: 1 to 2 feet

Bloom time:

  • early summer
  • mid-summer
  • late summer
  • early fall

Flower color: pink

Foliage color: dark green

Foliage texture: medium

Shape: cushion, mound or clump

Shape in flower: same as above

Special Considerations
Special characteristics:
  • non-aggressive
  • non-invasive
  • not native to North America - Native to Pyrenees Mountains
  • evergreen
Growing Information
How to plant:

Propagate by division or separation - Divide in spring or fall

Maintenance and care:
Cut back to basal foliage when blooming has finished. Foliage is evergreen and will last until late winter. Clean up plants in the spring.

More growing information: How to Grow Perennials

Slugs and snails
Bacterial blight
Downy mildew
Powdery mildew
Cercospora leaf spot
Ramularia leaf spot
'Wargrave Pink': 2' tall plants with vivid salmon colored blooms.