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spacer Geranium Blue Sunrise ('Blogold')

Common name: Crane's Bill

Plant Breeder's Rights: USPP#12955, Europe PBR


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Young plants licensed propagators


Gulley Greenhouses, Paul Nihot

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Size



Height 16"/41cm

Spread 24"/61cm
Habit Mounded

Growing



Light Full Sun

USDA Hardiness Zones 5,6,7,8

Appearance



Blooming time Summer, Fall

Flower color Blue
Foliage color Yellow, Green

Description


A cool reversal! Lavender-blue flowers float like dark suns against the backdrop of a bright chartreuse foliage "sky." Nearly true-blue flowers are about 1-1/4 inches (3 cm) in diameter, with pale centers and delicate magenta veins. Glowing chartreuse leaves are attractively lobed and veined. Foliage darkens and reddens in cool autumn nights. Comes to Rozanne and Friends™ from Hans Kramer, The Netherlands.

Awards
RHS Award of Garden Merit 2005
Colorado State University, Top Performing perennial 2009


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

Growing advice


Click Growing Guides link at left.