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.
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.
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
Pale pink flowers with foliage that is marked with a brownish blotch. A good ground cover for shaded areas. Flowers late spring to autumn
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.