Geranium x oxonianum 'Wargrave Pink'

Geranium x oxonianum ‘Wargrave Pink’
(jer-AY-nee-um  ex  oks-oh-nee-AY-num)
syn. Geranium endressii ‘Wargrave Pink’
Family:
Geraniaceae

Common name: cranesbill
Zone: 4 – 9
Height: 12-18 in (30-45cm) Spread: 18-24 in (45-60cm)
Aspect: full sun; partial shade
Soil: average; well-draining
Water: moderate    

Description: An herbaceous, bordering on evergreen perennial with a clump-forming habit. Mid-green leaves are divided into 5 lobes. Small, notched, funnel-shaped, pale salmon-pink flowers appear in spring through summer.

 

Special Notes: Cut back severely after flowering to promote fresh new leaves and a repeat bloom. Very easy care. Relatively pest and disease free. Drought tolerant. Deer and rabbit resistant. Propagation by division in spring or autumn.


RHS Award of Garden Merit 1993

 

Posted on December 16, 2012