Flowers: May-September in flushes. Plant in sun or part shade. HxS 60x60cm
A choice plant for our Celtic cousins. It was found in Ireland, in 1947, by the noted horticulturalist Graham Thomas. This lovely geranium has large, pale blue flowers with a pinkish-purple hue and a white eye, making it quite distinct from the species. The petals are also slightly notched at the tips. Lovely and not easy to find, but if you are here you have! Choice and very distinct.
Care & Maintenance.
Cut back all foliage to the ground in spring. Propagate by careful division. Seedlings will be variable.
Categories: A - Z Perennial Plants, Hardy Geraniums Tags: disease resistant, geranium, hardy geranium, perennial plant, pest resistant, UK native