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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From a compact root, flings out long flowering stems, which will scramble into adjacent shrubs, with black-eyed, magenta saucers. Golden leaves ageing to lime green. 1.5m across, 30cm high. Sun or light shade. May/June into autumn.
A stunning new hybrid with the narrow petalled flowers of Geranium x oxonianum f. thurstonianum and the colour of Geranium psilostemon. Looks to be a better grower and have bigger flowers than some similar hybrids. Good soil in sun, to 60cm.
(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.
A favourite of many gardeners. Evergreen rosettes overwinter become enlarged by flowering summer stems bearing masses of silvery-pink flowers till the frosts. 15cm by 1m spread. Any drained or dry soil in sun.
Large showy magenta flowers, dramatically black-centred, are born on many upward-growing stems in summer. A bushy plant whose large leaves provide brilliant autumn colour. Average soil in sun. 1.2m. Turkey, Armenia.
Superior form introduced from Turkey by Peter Yeo. An upright imposing plant with attractive large rounded leaves and larger mauve-blue flowers from April. 50cm. For a sunny place in average to dry soil.