Flowers: May-August. Plant in sun or part shade. HxS 45x45cm
A lovely hybrid from the noted geranium hybridiser, Alan Bremner, of the Orkney Islands. A cross between Geranium peloponnesiacum and Geranium renardii. The dark centred, veined blue flowers are held well above the contrasting wrinkled leaves, which are sage-like in appearance and texture. The leaves emerge a dazzling bright yellow and slowly turn green as the season develops. Easy to grow in sun or part shade in any fertile soil.
Care and Maintenance.
Pest and disease resistant. Tidy old foliage as new growth emerges in spring. Cut back spent flowers for a repeat show in September. Sterile, so propagate by division in early autumn.SKU: GERORK
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