5 years to reach maturity
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This species will form a dense ground covering. The roots are fleshy and will spread well in full sun or partial shade. This species will produce soft pink flowers and glossy light green leaves. You can propagate, by division the rootstock or using the stem-bearing rosettes as cuttings. If you propagate by seeds remember that the seeds will need light for germination.
How to propagate Cranesbill
You can propagate by semi-ripe cuttings in the summer. The cultivars should be propagated by division or cuttings only.
By seeds or division in the autumn or spring. undefined
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Other uses of Cranesbill
Ground cover, border, edging, fragrance.