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Geranium ‘Rozanne’
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Geranium  Rozanne

<i>Geranium</i> ‘Rozanne’

<i>Geranium</i> ‘Rozanne’

<i>Geranium</i> ‘Rozanne’

Geranium

Cranesbill

We’re talking about hardy Geraniums, not the better-known, anything-but-subtle Pelargoniums. True Geraniums are sturdy yet refined, with five-petaled flowers borne on dainty stems close to the palmately-divided leaves.

Their spectrum of colors, from cool to electric, is rivaled only by their ability to create soft mounds and flowing carpets of lush foliage in ordinary garden soil. We plant a succession of varieties to always have some in bloom from spring to fall. Our selections are easily grown and will rebloom after flowering if lightly trimmed. Most die back in winter.

Geranium ‘Rozanne’ full sun  partial shade

For its unbelievable quantities of large, violet-blue blooms and much appreciated versatility, this new, strong performing Geranium should be ushered into your garden.

Lightly marbled foliage sculpts a plush, deep green mound that stays covered from June until frost with lovely 2-½ in. saucer shaped flowers, each heightened by black anthers, magenta veins and a radiant white eye.

A naturally occurring sterile hybrid of Geranium himalayense and Geranium wallichianum ‘Buxton’s Variety’, ‘Rozanne’ proposes fiery red leaves in autumn, withstands sunny, hot sites better than most other Geraniums and is happy just about anywhere, from an exposed border to a container, and even in a hanging basket! (pp#12175)

Blooms June–October.

Size: 20" high x 2' wide; hardy to zone 5.

Geranium ‘Rozanne’ (P-1336)
Each $7.75
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