(White Dusky Cranesbill)
Notable for its flowers, Geranium phaeum exhibits upright flower spikes with proud flowers with rear facing petals, showing of the flower center on mass from a carpet of attractive, pale green foliage.
Album is a pure white variety that has all the attributes of the species but in pure white.
The Geraniums in the phaeum species are particularly useful in the garden for a number of reasons, they flower early in the year from April through to may and will then repeat flower later in the summer. G. phaeum is also perfectly happy from full shade through into full sun, making a great addition for any situation. It is also not fussy when it comes to soil type, being really adaptable in a soil as long as it has good drainage, this includes clay, loam, sandy and chalky soils. The flowering heights vary through the varieties but they tend to be around 70cm up to 1m.
- Purple Flowers
- Full shade through to full sun
- Height 80-100cm, spread 50cm
- Happy in any soil with good drainage
- Fully hardy (H7)
- Easy to grow