Geranium subcaulescens (grey cranesbill) is a species of hardy flowering herbaceous perennial plant in the genus Geranium, Geraniaceae family. It is native to the Balkans. It is a low, mounded plant that typically grows to 8 inches tall by 12 or more inches wide, with grey-green orbicular and lobed leaves, with masses of bright pink flowers with black centres, borne in summer. It is suitable for cultivation in the rock garden in temperate regions. Numerous cultivars have been selected, of which G. subcaulescens 'Splendens' has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.
The Latin specific epithet subcaulescens means "with a small stem".
- Geranium cinereum var. rupestris
- Geranium cinereum var. subcaulescens
- Geranium cinereum forma genuinum
- Geranium cinereum subsp. subcaulescens
- Geranium cinereum var. macedonicum
- Geranium humbertii