Wild Geranium (Geranium maculatum) is easily grown in rich, moist soils which is organically rich. They are known for their erect, green, deeply divided foliage and clump-forming habit. They have soft blue to lilac-pink flowers blooming in the spring and summer months. They thrive in a part sun environment, spreading 12”-18” wide and flowering 18”-24” high. Great to use for a shade garden or border garden, for mass planting , and to attract bees and butterflies. Wild Geranium is a host plant to the White-Marked Tussoc Moth caterpillar (pictured above).