Clusters of single 1" sapphire-blue flowers with violet veins. Forms a slightly smaller mound than other geraniums we offer. Blooms continuously from late spring through fall, the first big flush of flowers arrives in late May, with a lighter repeat bloom cycle continuing well into autumn.
Vigor, longevity, hardiness, lo-o-ong flowering period and lush attractive foliage make this plant useful for borders, edging, rock gardens or as an orchard companion.
Name confusion may be a big reason why this attractive easy-to-grow genus is not more well known: the popular bedding and indoor plant with big red flowers widely called called geranium is actually Pelargonium.
Attracts beneficial insects. Low-growing spreading groundcover. For best results plant in the lightly shaded areas of wild open woodland gardens or in the orchard underneath your ancient apple trees. Plant 12-18" apart in average garden soil. Z4. (bare-root crowns)
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