Geranium phaeum – dusky cranesbill, my garden


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Dusky cranesbill (Geranium phaeum) is not a British native but it is now widely naturalised in shady habitats. It was first recorded in the wild in 1724 and is a favourite plant for woodland-style gardens. In common with the many Geranium species growing in the British Isles it is an important plant for pollinating insects.

Eco Friendly greeting cards

A collection of greetings cards depicting landscapes of the Peak District National Park. Available as single cards or buy two of the same design and get the third free. For trade card orders at wholesale prices please get in contact for further details.