Rozanne Hybrid Cranesbill

Rozanne’ has become one of the very best hardy geraniums for perennial gardens. The flowers are 2.5″ wide and a striking shade of violet blue with white centers. Starts blooming in late June and repeats blooming into autumn. Grows into a nice spreading mound, reaching a mature spread of 2-3′. Foliage will become a red brown in autumn. Due to tender roots, laying down a protection of mulch in late fall will help with winter survivability.

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