Perennial,more or less stemless herb. Leaves 0.5-1.5 cm long. Flowers solitary, petals white with purple veins. [E. chamaedryoides (Cav.) L'Hér.]
Balearic Islands, Corsica
Plants available to horticulture under this name are sometimes referred to E. corsicum but they are probably true E. reichardii.
Plants (and cultivars) listed as E. x variabile Leslie (a putative hybrid, E. corsicum × E. reichardii), including E. ‘Roseum’ with pink petals veined deep red, and E, ‘Flore Pleno’with double, rosette-like flowers, are now recognised as E. reichardii (diploid).
E. chrysanthum L'Hér. from Greece is grown for its fine silver-grey foliage and yellow flowers, although plants sold under this name may be E. ×lindavicum.
E. manescaui Coss. from the Pyrenees has fern-like leaves and purplish red flowers.
Source: (2002). Geraniaceae. In: . Horticultural Flora of South-eastern Australia. Volume 4. Flowering plants. Dicotyledons. Part 3. The identification of garden and cultivated plants. University of New South Wales Press.