Wild Geranium Characteristics
Wild Geranium are hardy wildflower groundcovers. They prefer average fertility soils but are quite tolerant to rabbits, deer, drought, and dry soil. They will naturalize and spread in the right growing conditions. Deadheading is not required as repeat blooms are unlikely. While the plants often survive in drought, the foliage may turn yellow. if die back occurs, cut back to the ground to make way for new growth.
There are few serious disease or insect issues that threaten Wild Geranium. Rust, leaf spot, and snail visitors may occur.