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Geranium × magnificum 'Rosemoor' a short form purpleblue cranesbill is a clump-forming perennial, growing to 40cm tall and wide. The deeply-divided, hairy, lobed, green leaves turn attractive shades of orange and red in autumn. In summer, saucer-shaped violet-blue flowers, with prominent veins on the petals, are borne in dense clusters and may be followed by a second flush.Though produced generally over a fairly short period this is a contender for the showiest cranesbill title; it has relatively large intensely coloured flowers.


Grows best in moderately fertile, well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade, but most soils (unless waterlogged) in either sun or part shade are tolerated.


Remove flowered stems and old leaves to encourage the production of fresh leaves and flowers. New foliage quickly appears if cut down after flowering.


Foliage: Deciduous

Height: 0.5-1 metres in 2-5 years

Spread: 0.1-0.5 metres

The pictures in this listing are examples of the available plant at maturity and do not indicate anything in regards to size of plant at the point of sale

Organically produced young plant grown in a 9cm pot for planting immediately or to grow on (pot removed when possible, to reduce plastic waste)

Geranium × magnificum Rosemoor purpleblue cranesbill

SKU: BP202401046
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