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    Name
    Flowering Period
    Height
    Spread
    Pot Size
    Position
    Soil Moisture
    Flower Colour
  • Valued for its long flowering season, large magenta flowers with a dark eye are held over very big leaves.

    GERANIUM Patricia 
    Jun-Sep
    70
    60
    2lt
    Magenta Pink
  • Mourning Widow. Will tolerate deep shade. Contrast with Asplenium scolopendrium or Euphorbias.

    GERANIUM phaeum
    May-Jul
    75
    45
    2lt
    Maroon/Purple
  • White form, useful for adding light to shady corners. Beautiful amongst ferns.

    GERANIUM phaeum Album
    May-Jul
    75
    45
    2lt
    White
  • Noticeable for its leaves, blotched with chocolate brown marks. A great combination with Euphorbia robbiae.

    GERANIUM phaeum Samobor
    May-Jul
    75
    45
    2lt
    Maroon/Purple
  • Blue flowers are marked with attractive white stripes. Dark green kidney shaped foliage.

    GERANIUM Phillippe Vapelle
    Jun-Jul
    30
    30
    2lt
    Blue, White
  • 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.

    GERANIUM psilostemon 
    Jun-Sep
    75
    120
    2lt
    Magenta Pink
  • Dark green kidney shaped and dimpled leaves. Prefers sunny well drained position but a very useful edging plant.

    GERANIUM renardii 
    May-Jun
    25
    30
    2lt
    Pale Lavender
  • A long flowering semi-evergreen Geranium with grey/green leaves. Will creep to form large blocks of colour.

    GERANIUM riversleaianum Russell Prichard 
    Jun-Sep
    20
    100
    2lt
    Pink
  • Deservedly extremely popular with very large blue flowers produced from early summer to the frosts.

    GERANIUM Rozanne 
    Jun-Oct
    60
    80
    2lt
    Blue
  • Slightly taller white form. Attractive as groundcover and good with variegated shrubs such as Weigela florida Variegata.

    GERANIUM sanguineum Album 
    Jun-Aug
    35
    30
    2lt
    White
  • Especially vivid deep magenta flowers, a neat habit, good groundcover and good autumn leaf colour. Create a good partnership with Sisyrinchium striatum.

    GERANIUM sanguineum Max Frei
    Jun-Aug
    20
    30
    2lt
    Magenta Pink
  • A much more compact and neater plant than sanguineum striatum, with larger flowers. Ideal front of the border plant and excellent groundcover.

    GERANIUM sanguineum striatum Splendens 
    May-Aug
    25
    60
    2lt
    Pale Pink with darker veins.
  • A favourite of ours for its large lilac pink purple flowers held on short upright stems and its neat and tidy habit.

    GERANIUM Sirak 
    May-Jul
    60
    30
    2lt
    Lilac Pink
  • Excellent upright Geranium for illuminating shady areas. Will also grow in sun providing there is enough soil moisture.

    GERANIUM sylvaticum Album 
    May-Jul
    70
    60
    2lt
    White
  • Fine groundcover and exceptionally long flowering with many small pink flowers over chocolate brown leaves. Try with a Salvia such as Dear Anja.

    GERANIUM Tanya Rendall
    May-Dec
    15
    30
    2lt
    Pink
  • 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.

    GERANIUM x magnificum Rosemoor
    Jun-Aug
    60
    50
    2lt
    Violet/Blue
  • 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.

    GEUM Flames Of Passion
    Jun-Sep
    45
    40
    2lt
    Pink/Red
  • Continually popular red variety with an extensive flowering period. Try with Sisyrinchium at the front of a border.

    GEUM Mrs J. Bradshaw 
    May-Sep
    60
    45
    2lt
    Semi Double Red
  • Outstanding variety with impressive, bright orange double flowers borne over a long period in summer. Particularly wonderful with Allium Purple Sensation.

    GEUM Prinses Juliana
    May-Oct
    50
    50
    2lt
    Double Orange
  • Old perennial and cut flower favourite, excellent in dry conditions. Large clouds of fluffy white flowers would look wonderful with blue Echinops.

    GYPSOPHILA paniculata Bristol Fairy
    Jun-Sep
    70
    75
    2lt
    White
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