These hardy, carefree sun lovers are perfect for front-of-the-border edging or a middle-of-the-bed filler. Newer varieties have much longer bloom times than older varieties. Watch for this garden favorite to start blooming early and keep it up 'til frost! Here's our time-tested favorites:
Large, bluish-purple flowers with dark veins cover the plant starting in early summer and continuing into fall. Initially this variety sprouts greenish-yellow leaves - quite unusual for geraniums. Grows 8-10" tall with a nice spreading habit. - Zone 5
The hardiest of the blue geraniums, this variety has vivid blue flowers in eary summer. Finely cut green foliage grows 15-18" tall with a spreading habit. A haircut in mid summer will encourage fresh new foliage. - Zone 4
A sanguineum type, this variety has a big show of magenta blooms that cover the plant in late spring/early summer. Occasionally reblooms in mid summer. Dark green foliage grows in a clump about 4-6" tall. Foliage turns orange and red in the fall. - Zone 4
This compact, hardy grower is noted for its bronze foliage and prolific pale pink blooms from early summer until fall. Grows 8" tall in dense mounds, spreading to as much as 24" wide forming an attractive groundcover. - Zone 5
Pink Penny PP17656 - NEW!
Size: con 1 - Qty: 49
The spreading mound of dark green foliage produces large, cup-shaped pink blooms with darker pink veins. Starts blooming early summer and continues into the fall. Grows 12" with a spreading habit. - Zone 5