Geranium 'Brookside' (Cranesbill)
Combining grace and reliability, award-winning Geranium 'Brookside' is a very desirable border plant which provides long-lasting color in the garden. It forms dense mounds of deeply cut, lacy, dark green leaves, topped from late spring to fall with profuse and very attractive, violet-blue blossoms, 1.5 in. wide (4 cm), with fine reddish veins and white throats. Drought tolerant, once established, it is attractive to butterflies but deer & rabbit resistant
Geranium magnificum Rosemoor
This dwarf habit Geranium magnificum Rosemoor is an ideal ground cover plant. A dense carpet of violet flowers appear in mid summer. A low maintenance sun-loving perennial. Height and spread 50cm. Supplied as first grade loose roots.
Geranium himalayense 'Irish Blue' - Dorset Perennials
Potsize - 1L Geranium himalayense 'Irish Blue'. Large saucer blooms in a beguiling shade of sky blue with a large central purple stain produced over the top of a dense spreading mat of pale green cut foliage. A neat and most beautiful cranesbill for the front of a bed. 45cm. Excellent autumn colour. Later to flower than other varieties and quite vigorous. Introduced by Graham Stuart Thomas from Eire in 1947. May to August. Himalayas. Found by D.S.Thomas in St. Catherine's Park, Leixlip…