Geranium Max Frei
The Geranium sanguineum 'Max Frei' is better known as the Max Frei cranesbill and belongs to the Geraniaceae family. This garden plant is a strong, deciduous ground cover with aromatic, fragrant foliage. Geranium sanguineum 'Max Frei' has a pollen-forming habit and is a low, groundcover. The leaves of this variety are green and five to seven lobed. The leaves are relatively small compared to many other garden geraniums.
What are Stork's Bill Max free for?
The bees will thank you if you plant cranesbill Max free in your garden. Not only do these garden plants help bee populations, these garden plants are also a decorative piece in your garden! If you combine this geranium with different garden plants, you can create beautiful and colourful borders. Geraniums can be planted as a group, border plants, wayside, in rock gardens, home gardens, planters and pots.
Geranium Max Free in the Garden
This geranium blooms profusely with pink flowers from June to September. The plant likes to be in the sun, but will also do well in partial shade. But then the rule applies again, more sun more flowers. This geranium is happy with any slightly moist, well-drained soil that is not too fertile. In summer, dead flowers can be pruned to encourage new flowering. In summer you can also prune the plant completely with hedge clippers. This keeps the Geranium sanguineum 'Max Frei' compact in shape and stimulates the formation of new foliage and flowers.
Buy Cranesbill Max Frei
For one square metre you will need approximately 12 plants.
The plants are grown in pots, so you can use Geranium Sanguineum Max Frei all year round