Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Tolerates some drought, but prefers and spreads best in moist, humusy soils with good drainage. Deadheading is tedious for larger plantings and probably unnecessary. Trailing stems may be removed at any time to control spread. This is a sterile hybrid that will not produce seed. Foliage may decline after flowering in hot summer climates, at which point it may be lightly sheared back and shaped to revitalize.
‘Tiny Monster’ is a hardy geranium hybrid (G. sanguineum x G. psilostemon) that is noted for its vigorous, sprawling, compact growth. It typically forms a mound of foliage growing 10” tall and spreading to as much as 24” wide by trailing stems. Five-petaled, pink flowers (to 11/2” diameter) have dark wine-red veining. Primarily blooms in May and June with a sparser continued bloom occurring throughout the summer. Cut-leaf green foliage often turns attractive shades of purple-bronze in autumn.
No serious insect or disease problems. Some susceptibility to leaf spots.
Borders or cottage gardens. Mass for ground cover. Edging.