All the hardy Geraniums that are not part of the selected species and hybrid groups. Since we grow such a large range of Hardy Geraniums you will find a lot here! You can use the Refine options on the left hand side to help you find suitable plants if you are not sure which varieties you want.
The cranesbills in this section come from a wide range of habitats so you will find shade lovers alongside those which need sun and those which need well drained conditions alongside those which prefer more moisture.
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Looks like a form of Geranium x magnificum but it's parentage is unknown. Clumps of hairy leaves produce masses of deep blue flowers with darker veins in late spring and early summer. 45cm. Drained soil in sun.
New in 2014. (Geranium platypetalum x Geranium gymnocaulon) Excellent clumps of felted grey-green foliage are covered by masses of large, deep, indigo blue flowers tinted purple in the veins. Average soil in sun. 40cm.
(Geranium sanguineum x Geranium procurrens) AGM This Alan Bremner hybrid has intense reddish-pink flowers with bluish-purple shading over mounds of finely cut leaves from June to November. Average soil, sun or shade, 25cm. Brilliant.
Low bushy plant from the Caucasus with many pretty pink flowers veined deep pink from spring to midsummer (and later if it rains). Can be dormant after flowering if dry, then leafy overwinter. Average to dry soil in sun or light shade. 45cm.
This may be the largest Geranium! The counterpart to ‘Little David’, an exceptionally large form to 2m or more. The flowers are the same as usual, magenta with a black centre but the leaves are paler green and with slightly more rounded divisions.