Geranium Rozanne

Geranium (Cranesbill)  je-RAY-nee-um

Rozanne:  Huge, glowing violet blue, saucer-shaped flowers with distinctive white eyes and reddish-purple veining are held above mounds of deep green foliage that is slightly marbled with chartreuse. Geranium ‘Rozanne’ is one of the longest blooming perennials in the garden.

Full to Part Sun

Height: 18-20″/Spread: 24-36″

Summer to Fall

Size Available: 1 Gal

Description

Geranium (Cranesbill)  je-RAY-nee-um

When searching for flowers that are adaptable, compact, and long-blooming, consider hardy geranium plants (Geranium spp.). Also called cranesbill geranium flower, the plant comes in colors ranging from pinks, blues, and vivid purples to subdued whites. Attractive, cup shaped or frilly flowers bloom profusely and spread abundantly. The hardy geranium flower blooms in late spring and lasts until fall. Some hardy geranium plants have attractive foliage that lasts until nipped by frost.