Geranium wlassovianum Fay Anna

the foliage is the stand out with this variety it emerges from the ground orange red in colour with a charteuse edge. Later in the year as the foliage matures to a more normal green come the light lilac pink flowers.

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Geranium (Cranesbill)

Family : Geraniaceae

One of the most versatile plants on the perennial border, depending on the variety you can choose. Compact mounds through spreading sheets of colour to upright mounds of colour.

The round flowers are freely produced and most varieties prefer full sun to half shady. Plant in a well drained fertile soil in the border. Many varieties such as Rozanne and Sylvia’s Surprise make excellent ground cover.

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