Key Features: Very light pink flowers with a darker pink and fascinatingly intricate web of veins. Forms a mound of mid-green foliage that bears subtle bronze markings.
Height x Spread: 18 x 18 inches (45 x 45 cm)
Preferred Aspect: Sun / Partial Shade
Flowering Period: May - October
Geranium versicolor is one of the parent plants of the x oxonianums, the other one being Geranium endressii. Its flowers are white, with an intricate network of purple veins. The leaves have maroon blotches at the base of each leaf indentation. It is an excellent plant and very pretty. It will tolerate a degree of shade and will grow in most soils. In mild winters, it will also retain a tuft of bright green foliage. And as with most Geraniums, it’s great for pollinators.
Hardy Geraniums are one of the most diverse genera of herbaceous perennials. It is possible to find a Geranium to suit most parts of your garden, from the vast range of species and varieties available. They complement most other plants beautifully and, chosen wisely, can provide a continuation of colour in the garden from spring through to early winter.
Please note that the heights, spreads and flowering periods mentioned are approximate, as they can be affected by your soil type, light levels and other various conditions that may surround the plant.