Purple geranium 'Rozanne' picture
This purple geranium 'Rozanne' picture is from our garden and was a new plant this year, 2014. The cranesbill type geranium is becoming one of the more popular garden plants because of the many beautiful blooms it produces at any one time and for it's long blooming season.
Below is another cranesbill geranium 'Sandrine' that we have had in our garden for a few years. This variety of geranium produces less flowers than 'Rozanne' and is more of a creeping type plant than a mounding plant. Both plants produce beautiful flowers all season long, though. They make great border plants and have very few pest or growing problems. When these plants start getting leggy or ragged during the hot summer cut them back and new growth will appear quickly.
|Plant Type - Perennial (mounding)||Light - Full sun to part shade|
|Zones - 5 to 8||Size - 20" high - 2' wide|
|Bloom time - Early Summer to Fall||Tips - Remove dead flower stems for new growth|