Flowers: May-September. Plant in sun or part shade. HxS 60x45cm
A hybrid of G. pratense and G. psilostemon raised by the renowned breeder Alan Bremner, on Orkney, and named by Judith Bradshaw. It has a shorter habit than both its parents and the flowers are vivid purple-pink with a black eye and dark veining. This lovely geranium will start flowering in May and continue in flushes until autumn. It also has good autumn tints to the leaves. Pest and disease resistant, it grows best in a moist but well drained soil. Not widely offered but an excellent introduction.
Care & Maintenance.
Herbaceous, so only needs a spring tidy. This is also the time of year to divide it. Plants benefit from a fertiliser as growth commences.SKU: GEREVA
Categories: A - Z Perennial Plants, Hardy Geraniums Tags: disease resistant, geranium, good in pots, ground cover, perennial plant, pest resistant, shade plant