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Geraniums & pelargoniums are split into two groups: pelargoniums are half-hardy, whereas other types of geranium are hardy. This exciting range includes upright, trailing, climbing, ivy-leaf, 'balcon', rosebud, dwarf varieties and more. Look out for the eye-catching tulip-flowered pelargoniums.
Geranium himalayense 'Birch Double'
Geranium himalayense 'Plenum', Hardy Geranium, CranesbillVigorous and versatile, this superb cranesbill tolerates almost any situation; even full shade. A mass of double purple-pink blooms stand above the delicately serrated foliage which turns to shades of burnt red and orange in autumn. Geranium himalayense 'Birch Double' will quickly blend with other herbaceous perennials to create colourful groundcover and looks equally attractive in herbaceous borders and shady woodland gardens. Height: 25cm (10"). Spread: 60cm (24"). More info
Geranium 'Rosebud Collection' (Garden Ready)
Pelargonium, Rosebud Geranium, Ivy-leaved Geranium, Ivy-leaved PelargoniumCaptivating rosebud blooms open to reveal large clusters of fully double flowers on vigorous, trailing plants. Geranium 'Rosebud Collection' includes 5 varieties - 'Red Sybil', 'Pink Sybil', 'Black Rose', Blue Sybil' and 'White Rose'. These varieties have been specially selected because the blooms never open fully, but remain in a truly elegant rosebud formation. Their long flowering period and drought tolerance make these trailing Pelargoniums ideal for creating an enchanting display in window boxes, patio containers and hanging baskets that will last well into autumn. Trails to: 45cm (18"). Spread: 30cm (12").
Although technically perennial, Pelargoniums are only half hardy and therefore normally treated as annuals in the UK. However, with care, they may be overwintered in a frost free greenhouse. More info
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