Originally named Geranium sanguineum Nanum, 'Little Bead' is a super dwarf form of the 'Bloody Crane's Bill', only a few inches tall. A succession of bright flowers are carried over neat mounds of foliage for much of the summer and the foliage often takes on attractive red and yellow hues in autumn.
Easy to grow in most soils, attractive, neat and needing minimal attention - just the type of plant we like! 'Little Bead' also holds an Award of Garden Merit which offers extra reassurance when selecting plants for your garden.
About 10 to 15cm high (4" to 5") in a neat, dense mound.