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hardy geraniums
Available for shippin' in the spring & early summer.

  
   


One root $12.95

Hardy Geranium 'Johnson Blue'
COLOR: Blue
HEIGHT: 20"
LOCATION: sun/partial shade
DURATION: May - September
USE: Border
ZONE: 3-8
SIZE: #1 field grown
GROWTH HABIT: Low maintenance; perennial; deer resistance
 


one root $32.95

Hardy Geranium Sweet Heidi
COMMON NAME: Cranesbill

COLOR: Pink with white eyes
HEIGHT: 24"
LOCATION: sun/partial shade
DURATION: May - September
USE: Border
ZONE: 5-8
SIZE: #1 field grown
GROWTH HABIT: Low maintenance; perennial; deer resistance

 



one root $35.95

Hardy Geranium Double Jewel
COLOR: White
HEIGHT: 12"
LOCATION: sun/partial shade
DURATION: June - August
USE: Border
ZONE: 3-8
SIZE: #1 field grown
GROWTH HABIT: Low maintenance; perennial; deer resistance
 
 

Perennials
The first year they sleep;
the second year they creep;
the third year they leap.

Author Unknown

 
growin' tips...
Hardy Geranium

Plant in full sun or partial shade and well-drained soil. Most varieties tolerate drought. Geraniums have a tendency to sprawl after bloom. Cut plants back hard, to 2-3" above soil level, after the first wave of bloom. They will respond with a fresh crop of foliage that looks attractive through the season.
 



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