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Geranium 'Johnson's Blue'
Johnson's Blue Cranesbill

The foliage of Johnson's Blue Cranesbill is more deeply lobed than most Perennial Geraniums, and its longer petioles sometimes cause it to separate in the center of the clump by mid-summer, resulting in an open growth habit.


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