The perennial flower of a Rozanne Geranium is small and dark purple with hot pink streaks in the middle. It only gets about one to two inches in diameter. The plant gets about a foot tall and several feet wide. They usually have five petals and three leaves. Its petals are very smooth and if you crumble up the petals they have a very unusual odor. It was plant of the year in 2008. It likes to be in part shade and part sun. It blooms in the spring, summer and the fall. It is animal resistant to deer and rabbits. It even attracts butterflies!
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