Larger, deep pink flowers all summer on neat mounds.
Bishop's Form has deep pink, veined flowers from late spring to autumn over small mounds of greyish-leaved foliage. It must produce several hundred flowers in a season. About 5cm (2") high.
Probably the most popular of this type of dwarf Erodium. It is hardy and easy to grow - full sunshine, perfect drainage from a gritty soil and perhaps slight protection from winter rain in areas of highest rainfall should ensure success.