Southon

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genus
Geranium
species
macrorrhizum
variety
Pindus
Flower colour
["red","pink"]
type
hardy perennials
hardiness
hardy
height
short30cm
bees and butterfly friendly
spread
mound-clump-forming
availability
now
soil
["well-drained","moist-but-well-drained"]
aspect
["full-sun","dappled-shade"]
cost
4.50
plant details
A shorter, low growing form, spreading
by rhizomes and clusters of pretty
magenta-pink flowers emerging from
glossy red calyx, April to June. The
leaves are smaller, and not so fragrant
as some. Grow in any reasonable
garden soil in sun or partial shade.
Size - Ht-20-25cm x Sp-40cm
deer rabbit proof
potsize
2L

About

Southon plants specialise in unusual perennials,we grow 95% of all our plants at the nursery and as such are in a soil and pot that gives them the optimum chance to grow in your garden.