|Perennial Geranium, 5/28/2012|
Though they multiply by seed, they did it very slowly for me. The tap root is quite long for a fairly small plant, so dig a big chunk of soil out if transplanting. They tend to be very unhappy about a move if you whack off half of the tap root. They will send up a few flowers for much of the summer, and don't suffer too much from a drought. A very desirable addition to a perennial garden.