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spacer Geranium 'Ann Folkard'

Common name: Crane's Bill


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Skagit Gardens, Pepiniere Charlevoix

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Size



Height 12"/30cm

Spread 12"/30cm
Habit Spreading

Growing



Light Sun, Part Shade

USDA Hardiness Zones 5,6,7,8

Appearance



Blooming time Summer, Fall

Flower color Purple
Foliage color Green, Yellow

Description


Magenta-purple flowers from early summer to early fall. Golden-hued foliage on wide, spreading plants. Outstanding, vigorous plants with matchless complementary colors of golden-hued foliage as a backdrop to rich purple flowers. Nice to grow between evergreens since it will climb among them. A natural hybrid which appeared in the garden of Mr. P.G. Folkard in Lincolnshire, England and brought to Rozanne and Friends™.

Awards
RHS Award of Garden Merit 1996


Uses: Front border, Rock garden, Groundcover, Container
Attributes: Long blooming, Fragrant foliage

Growing advice


Prefers average well-drained soil. Moist organic soils will promote spread. Tolerates summer heat well especially if given extra moisture. Plants can be sheared to 3" (8) cm to rejuvenate.