Botanical Name: Geranium caespitosum
Common Name: Purple geranium
Plant Type: Wildflower

Sun Requirement(s): Part to Full
Water Requirement(s): Low

Habitat(s): Meadows, Ponderosa forests
Elevation: From 5000 to 9000 feet

Fall/Bloom Color(s): Violet

Blooms from June to Sept

Height: 18 Inches


Root is used by the Navajo for female healing. An astringent for bleeding gums. Gargle for sore throats and tonsillitis. Deer and rabbit resistant.