Erodium 'Bishop's Form' 4 inch

Article number: P-17073
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Erodium 'Bishops Form' has various common names that all compare it to birds' bills - Storksbill, Cranesbill, and Dwarf Heronsbill - but frankly doesn't exhibit the bird's bill shaped seed heads that its cousin, cranesbill geranium, does. Erodium forms a dense clump of small lobed foliage that stays low (only two to four inches tall) and given time, can spread from six to twelve inches across. It's a delightful pop of color and texture in rock gardens, container planters, borders, and hanging baskets, and usually stays green throughout our Pacific NW winters. Though blooming primarily in early summer, 'Bishops Form' keeps on sending out the dainty pink flowers up until fall. 

Common Name: Bishops Form Cranesbill, Dwarf Heronsbill, Storksbill
Mature Size: 2" - 4" tall, 6" - 12" wide
Growth Rate: Slow
Cold Hardiness: 0 ° F
Characteristics: Evergreen
Light: Sun to partial sun
Structure: Ground cover
Bloom Color: Pink
Bloom Time: Late spring into fall
Uses: Ground cover, rock/alpine gardens, container planters, borders, retaining walls, hanging baskets
Photos: Real images, not stock photos
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