Geranium Johnson's Blue
Geranium 'Johnson Blue' is a deciduous stork's beak with a bushy habit. The leaves are light green, five-lobed and deeply cut. This geranium blooms profusely from June to August with purple flowers that are decoratively coloured.
What is Johnson's Blue cranesbill suitable for?
This plant likes to be in the sun, but will also do well in places where there is shade for several hours a day. This geranium will do well in any well-drained soil that is not too fertile. To prolong the flowering period, it is important to remove the dead leaves regularly. Once the Geranium Johnson Blue is in flower, butterflies, bumblebees and bees will find your garden.
Geranium Johnson's Blue in the garden
A well-designed border will give years of pleasure and requires little maintenance. If you combine this geranium with different garden plants, you can create beautiful and colourful borders. Or opt for peace and quiet and combine the cranesbill 'Johnsons Blue' in larger groups with white; flowering garden plants or green ground covers. Cranesbill is very hardy, able to withstand sea breezes and air pollution. Cut back completely in spring to allow new flowers to form and give some vigour. Cut this garden plant back a little after flowering to make it look neater and tidier. The geranium 'Johnson's Blue' is a summer green garden plant. This geranium variety blooms with blue flowers from June to August, eventually growing to about 30cm tall and prefers full sun to partial shade.
Buy Johnson's Blue Cranesbill
For one square metre you will need approximately 12 plants.
The plants are pot-grown, so you can use Geranium Johnson's Blue all year round