This hardy geranium cultivar is a bushy, sprawling, clump-forming perennial with palmate, deeply lobed, dark green leaves (2-3″ across). ‘Patricia’ typically grows in a creeping mound of about 15-25″ tall with a similar spread across. It features 5-petaled, magenta-pink flowers with black star-shaped centers.
Flowers bloom in late spring (May-June) in hot summer climates, but may bloom throughout the summer in cooler northern climates. Summer rebloom may occur if plants are cut back hard after flowering. A superb plant for a cottage garden or informal border where it is close to its neighbors, and is particularly good teamed with old fashioned roses. Suitable for cut flowers.