Geranium Sanguineum 'Max Frei' also goes by the name Bloody Cranesbill. It forms a neat foliage mound, with tiny green lacy leaves topped with bright pink magenta saucer shaped flowers, in late Spring to late Summer. In late Autumn the foliage turns a beautiful blood red which makes it a great attraction all year round.
This plant is not fussy about climate conditions but grows best in part shade part sun. Bloody cranesbill does not require much attention being mostly pet and disease free. A perfect addition to any bed, border, rock garden or under planting roses and shrubs.
Geranium sanguineum Max Frei in a nutshell
Common Name: Bloody Cranesbill
Position: Partial Sun/Shade
Soil Type: Well drained, Sand, Clay, Chalk, Loam
Rate of Growth: Average
Flowering Period: Late Spring / Summer
Hardiness: Fully hardy in the UK
Eventual Height: 40cm
Eventual Spread: 35cm
Pot size: 2 litre
Good to Know
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- Delivery is kerbside only using the pallet network.
- Entire range complies to plant passport regulations.
- Forklift or crane offloading can be arranged - price on application.
- 72 hour order to delivery timescale. i.e. order placed on Monday, delivery would be by Thursday A.M.
- Minimum order is 5 plants (you can mix and match species and sizes)
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