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Perennial geraniums Many perennial geraniums will grow in zones 4 to 8, and do well in full sun to part shade.

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from Better Homes and Gardens

Flowering Perennials from Spring to Fall

Cranesbill Geranium. Hardy, perennial geraniums differ greatly from the annual flower with the same name. The single-petal flowers of perennial geranium stay in bloom a long time so they’re a big asset in perennial borders. Small varieties reach just 6 inches tall, while larger types can grow to 4 feet. Perennial geraniums are generally drought tolerant and very easy to care for. Plants form a nice mound making them ideal bed edgers. Zones: 5-9

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Little Lilac Geraniums - I have these. It's a hardy spreading plant. It is prone to rust problems if not in direct sun. Recovers well if damaged leaves are cut back regularly.

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Cranesbill (geranium species): ~300 species of annual, biennial and perennial Geranium Family plants native to temperate regions. Various forms of garden origin are also grown.

Cranesbill (geranium species): This looks like a cranesbill or hardy geranium. There are ~300 species of annual, biennial and perennial Geranium Family plants native to temperate regions. Various forms of garden origin are also grown. These plants are adaptable to a wide variety of conditions and do best in a sunny, warm area with average water. Need a flower to i.d., could be G. sanguineum.

from Better Homes and Gardens

Create a Season-Long Wildlife Garden

Geranium Rozanne Zone 5-9 There are lots of garden-worthy perennial geraniums, but 'Rozanne' is one of the best. This top-notch perennial blooms from June to frost, producing a nearly endless supply of sky blue flowers.

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Cranesbill - -Geranium macrorrhizum "Bevan's Variety" - Learn how to use Geraniums in your garden. We show you how at http://gardendesignforliving.com/?p=1273

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from The Garden Glove

Great Groundcovers!

Cranesbill, aka Perennial Geranium - This pretty, flowering plant comes in pinks and blues, and realm when cut back after blooming. They love partial shade, but will grow in deeper shade. Rich soil and regular fertilizer, regular water and room to spread 24-36 inches per plant, depending on the variety. Some varieties grow close to the ground, and others to 3 feet tall.