Stunning, large, bright pink blooms with beautiful, purple veining and a subtle flush of peach at the base of each petal appear repeatedly throughout the summer. It is an outstanding, well-loved, clump-forming geranium with finely-divided, semi-evergreen, glossy light green leaves which are attractively arranged on slender stems.
Looking stunning in rock or alpine gardens, patio pots and mixed shrub borders, it makes a great choice for brightening up a well-drained spot in any garden. In the winter it dies back to the ground before bursting into life again in early spring
Hardy geraniums are the most popular perennials in the UK. They’re tough and easy to grow, many flower for months on end, and many smother weeds effectively. The first geraniums were discovered over 350 years ago by explorers who were looking for medicinal plants in Africa. The genus name is derived from the Greek geranós, meaning crane.
0.5m – 1m
0.5m – 1m
Exposed or Sheltered
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