Orkney Pink makes an excellent ground cover, forming spreading mats of weed-suppressing foliage topped with masses of colourful flowers! Single-flowered variety - bred in the Orkney Isles, so is very hardy. Height 30-50cm (12-20").Orkney Pink - Trailing stems and deep...
A hybrid between G. renardii and G. platypetalum. A neat mound forming plant approx. 40cm high and features purplish-blue 5 petaled flowers with darker purple veins. The large rounded leaves are sage-green. Late spring-early summer.
Spinners is a good doer. The leaves are mounded and deeply cut and the flowers are a rich purple-blue. Pest and disease resistant, easy to grow and ultra hardy. Tolerant of most soil types. Cut back hard after its flowering and it will throw more flowers in the autumn....
A good ground-cover. In midsummer soft-mauve flowers smother low cushions of neat, parasol-shaped leaves. Autumn colour. 38 cm high PB2
Upward facing purplish flowers with lilac-pink veins. Ht.45cm. Flowering late October-February. Finely cut leaves. PB2
This Geranium is one of the most compact varieties of Geranium himalayense bearing large violet-blue flowers with red-flushed, white centres. Its finely-cut foliage is also attractive.
A great ground cover, as are all the macrorrhizum sp. with flowers a deep magenta held above the foliage late spring. Foliage develops a good colour during the autumn. PB2
A very pale pink form with rather pale green and slightly glossy foliage. This plant makes a splendid weed-proof ground cover. The foliage is aromatic, and will develop an autumn colour. Suitable in sun or shade. PB2
Geranium maculatum Album is also known as Geranium maculatum f. albiflorum This geranium is a tall erect plant with deeply divided green foliage. The white flowers open flat high above the foliage. Geranium maculatum species all prefer soil that does not dry out in the...
A choice selection of the mourning cranesbill, valued for its bold foliage splashed with purple-black against a green background. The nodding dark maroon-purple flowers appear in late spring. Sun or shade. Rick moisture retentive soil. Good woodlander.
This geranium is characterized by its delicate pink flowers. The foliage is rounded and soft green. Hardy. 20cm. Thrives in a sunny spot on dryish soils.
Glenluce is a compact, mound-forming, herbaceous perennial with rounded, deeply-lobed, dark green leaves and, from late spring into summer, single, cup-shaped, pink to lilac-pink flowers with darker veins Deciduous over winter.
A very hardy geranium that should be in all gardens. Rosy-purple flowers from spring and throughout the summer. The soft dissected foliage is light green and turns red in the autumn in cooler climates.
Soft pink flowers on 45-60cm stems, held above soft green foliage from late spring to early summer.
Also known as the pencilled geranium. Makes clumpy bushy mounds 30cm high. has light greenfoliage often msrked with brown (seedlings from this can show a great diversity of markings) Produces loose clusters of white flowers with magenta veins. Cut back hard after flowering
40 x 75cm. Makes a good ground cover (as do all the x oxonianums) Full sun to light shade. For me it will flower from late spring to autumn. Pink flowers and grey-green foliage.
50 to 65cm x 1m. Full sun to semi-shade. A superb geranium bred here in New Zealand suitable as a great ground cover as are all the x oxonianum varieties. Foliage dark green topped over the whole summer with pink flowers that darken with age.
Clump forming olive-green foliage. Growing to 40cm Flowers white flushed pink
Geranium × oxonianum Winscombe has dense, lobed, mid-green leaves with cup-shaped, dark pink flowers appearing during summer.