Flowers: May-August. Plant in sun or part shade. HxS 60x75cm
One of my first geraniums, from Peter Chappell’s nursery, Spinners, in the mid-1980’s. Propagated from that original plant, this Geranium pratense hybrid is a good doer. The leaves are mounded and deeply cut and the flowers are a rich purple-blue. It grows well in beds or borders when given the space. Pest and disease resistant, easy to grow and ultra hardy. Tolerant of most soil types.
Care & Maintenance.
Cut back hard in August and it will throw more flowers in the autumn. Propagate by division in March-April. Split every four-five years to maintain vigour. Cut back to the ground in spring.SKU: GERSPI
Categories: A - Z Perennial Plants, Hardy Geraniums Tags: disease resistant, geranium, ground cover, hardy geranium, pest resistant, shade plant