|Geranium ibericum subsp. var.||Caucasus Geranium, Caucasian Cranesbill, Iberian Geranium|
Geranium ibericum, commonly called Caucasian Cranesbill or (in North America) Caucasus Geranium or Iberian Geranium, is a herbaceous plant species in the Geraniaceae family. It is native from Western Asia, including Turkey and the Caucasus, and is cultivated as a garden subject. It has a dense mounding habit, and violet colored flowers.
|Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture|
Geranium ibericum, Cav. Iberian Crane's-bill. From 1-1 ½ ft. high: st. erect and leafless below, above dichotomously branched, villous: lvs. opposite, 5-7-parted. with deeply cut lobes and toothed lobules: fls. 1 in. across, in showy, open panicles, violet. July, Aug. Iberia. Gn. 71, p. 167. B.M. 1386. S. 84. Var. album, with white fls., is rare but known by some dealers. Var. platypetalum (G. platypetalum, Fisch. & Mey.). Slightly shorter than the parent, with lvs. less deeply lobed and lobes less pointed: fls. deeper and richer in color, and also larger. G.M. 52:61. Gn. 76, p. 108. G. 3:293;9:686.
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- Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture, by L. H. Bailey, MacMillan Co., 1963
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