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Valued for its long flowering season, large magenta flowers with a dark eye are held over very big leaves.
Mourning Widow. Will tolerate deep shade. Contrast with Asplenium scolopendrium or Euphorbias.
White form, useful for adding light to shady corners. Beautiful amongst ferns.
Noticeable for its leaves, blotched with chocolate brown marks. A great combination with Euphorbia robbiae.
Blue flowers are marked with attractive white stripes. Dark green kidney shaped foliage.
One of the best Geraniums for the middle of a border. Its magenta flowers would look lovely with Rosa glauca behind and perhaps a silver Artemisia in front.
Dark green kidney shaped and dimpled leaves. Prefers sunny well drained position but a very useful edging plant.
A long flowering semi-evergreen Geranium with grey/green leaves. Will creep to form large blocks of colour.
Deservedly extremely popular with very large blue flowers produced from early summer to the frosts.
Slightly taller white form. Attractive as groundcover and good with variegated shrubs such as Weigela florida Variegata.
Especially vivid deep magenta flowers, a neat habit, good groundcover and good autumn leaf colour. Create a good partnership with Sisyrinchium striatum.
A much more compact and neater plant than sanguineum striatum, with larger flowers. Ideal front of the border plant and excellent groundcover.
A favourite of ours for its large lilac pink purple flowers held on short upright stems and its neat and tidy habit.
Excellent upright Geranium for illuminating shady areas. Will also grow in sun providing there is enough soil moisture.
Fine groundcover and exceptionally long flowering with many small pink flowers over chocolate brown leaves. Try with a Salvia such as Dear Anja.
More compact and less inclined to flop than the species, with large lavender blue flowers. Unlike its parent will also produce more flowers in late summer. Try with Euphorbias.
Compact with nodding red-pink flowers from late spring (reblooming later on), and soft hairy mid-green leaves. Perfect in a moist spot with dark Astrantias like Ruby Star.
Continually popular red variety with an extensive flowering period. Try with Sisyrinchium at the front of a border.
Outstanding variety with impressive, bright orange double flowers borne over a long period in summer. Particularly wonderful with Allium Purple Sensation.
Old perennial and cut flower favourite, excellent in dry conditions. Large clouds of fluffy white flowers would look wonderful with blue Echinops.