Geranium oxonianum thurstonianum


Geranium x oxonianum ‘Thurstonianum’ or Thurston’s crane’s bill is a vigorous perennial that produces a shower of little, light pink, star-shaped flowers with white centres from June to August.Planted in good garden soil, in the sun or partial shade, it is also a good ground cover with a spreading habit. Each plant can cover 1 square metre. Height: 40 to 60 cm.


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Cranesbills, or hardy geraniums, are perennial border plants with saucer-shaped flowers in shades of pink, purple and blue. They are easy to grow, thrive in shade and flower for months. They’re popular in cottage garden schemes and offer a long season of pollen and nectar for a number of pollinators, particularly bees.Most geraniums will grow in a wide range of conditions, preferring sunny positions and humus-rich soil. They’re often vigorous plants, which can freely seed themselves around the garden.Geranium oxonianum thurstonianum bears single, pink-purple flowers with very narrow petals. It’s perfect for growing at the front of a mixed herbaceous border, or at the base of shrubs such as roses.Size 1L
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