Geranium x ‘Orkney Cherry’
Good for pollinators

Common Name : geranium 'Orkney Cherry'Type : Herbaceous PerennialHabit : Clump-formingFoliage : Semi-evergreenHeight : 0.1-0.5 metresSpread : 0.5-1 metresFlower colour : Deep Pink& WhiteFlowering from : Mayto NovemberFoliage colour : BronzeHardiness : H5
Hardy in most places throughout the UK even in severe winters -15° to -10°
Sunlight : Full Sun / Part ShadeMoisture : Well-drained / Moist but well-drainedSoil : Acid / Neutral / AlkalineSeason of interest : Spring - Summer - AutumnTo be Sheltered Fragrant

Full name: Geranium x oxonianum ‘Orkney Cherry’.

Bright pink flowers bloom from June to September over purple-bronze trailing foliage. It makes a stunning addition to the front of the border.

An outstanding dwarf Cranesbill selection, this is ideal for edging, rock gardens and walls or growing in mixed containers. It forms a low trailing mound of deeply cut bronze-green leaves, bearing a long display of small star-shaped deep pink flowers that age to streaky soft pink, giving the impression of two colours on the plant. Said to be one of the best varieties for summer-long blooming. Evergreen in mild winter regions. Quite possibly hardy to Zone 4 or colder. Selected in Scotland by Geranium breeder Alan Bremner.


C19-D19

Planted 4 specimens in May 2016.

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