Rare - seldom available. To 50 cms. Deeply divided leaves, hairy stems with pretty white flowers. Sun/part shade. Clump forming. Winter dormant.
Popular variety. Clumps of handsome dark green foliage, which colours well in autumn. The flowers are rich violet-blue, heavily veined on 60 cm stalks in midsummer. Sun/part shade. Clump forming hardy perennial. Winter dormant.
Height to 90 cms. Lovely blue-green heavily ribbed leaves. Droopy mauve bell-shaped flowers late summer. Shade, moist humus rich soil. 1.5 to 2 litre pots. Winter dormant.
A lovely Geranium with tight double flowers which are palest lilac blue and white and are held clear of the compact bright green foliage. Much admired by all who see it in flower. 60 x 60 cms. If lightly trimmed it will produce three flower flushes a year. Looks superb in a pot. Winter dormant.
Seldom seen in New Zealand. 30-60 cms in height. The 1-1.5 in flowers grow in whorls on an inflorescence about 30 cms long. The name castanea, which means 'chestnut coloured', refers to the purplish-maroon flowers. Summer flowering. Sun. Winter dormant.