Also known as cranesbill, this clump-forming woodland perennial forms a mound of deeply cut, palmately-lobed, dark green foliage. Features 1 1/4″ diameter, medium pink to lilac, saucer-shaped, upturned, 5-petaled flowers in spring for 6-7 weeks. Grows 16-22″ high, with a spread of 12-18.”

Tolerates moderate sun to shade, animal resistant, beneficial to pollinators.