Geranium Tiny Monster
Geranium Tiny Monster
Bloody Cranesbill

Geranium Tiny Monster

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Geranium Tiny Monster lives up to its name in the best possible way - it is a wonderfully robust and hardy plant that provides excellent ground cover in a herbaceous border. From lovely mounds of deeply cut foliage, which reddens in the autumn, spring a mass of long-lasting flowers that are large for the species, prettily veined and vibrantly coloured.

There are a handful of native geraniums, known as Cranesbills, that are naturally good for pollinators. Geranium Tiny Monster, bred in Germany by Rolf Offenthal, is a cultivar of the indigenous Geranium sanguineum or Bloody Cranesbill so is also good for attracting desirable native insects to your garden.


Flowers: From May - August then again in September if you have cut them back after flowering.

  • Well drained soil
  • All aspects
  • Partial shade
  • Hardy

These remarkably long flowering geraniums can look tired towards the end of high summer so cut them down and they will give a second flush of flowers.