Geranium Ballerina

 
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'Geranium Ballerina' Semi-evergreen, rosetted perennial with spreading flowering stems. H 6in, S 12in
Fully hardy, has cup-shaped flowers, pale pink strongly veined with purple, or pure white, on lax stems in late spring and summer. basal leaves are rounded, deeply divided, soft and grey-green.
Grows nicely as a ground cover in borders, cottage gardens, woodland gardens and rockeries.

These Geraniums or Crane's Bill, should not be confused with the half-hardy Pelargonium which is popularly referred to as 'geranium'.

Enjoy:)

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chriss35 - Sep 08, 2008 07:47 PM EDT
Many thanks to Gav, Carol, Talsi and Jas for your very kind comments on this image. Jas, it's one of the ones we put into the pub garden a couple of years ago. I have managed to find another for my new garden at home, just hope it grows as well. Chriss:)
Jas - Sep 08, 2008 05:24 PM EDT
This is a lovely close-up of the geranium blooms Chriss! I agree, the colour and detail is really pretty. :)
talsi - Sep 07, 2008 11:57 PM EDT
Pretty - nice detail in the flower's petal.
shutterbug - Sep 07, 2008 06:26 PM EDT
Beautiful flowers! Carol
GAV - Sep 06, 2008 11:54 PM EDT
Chriss what a beautiful sight this flower must of made. The colours are gorgeous. Thankyou for all the information about the Geranium and the difference with the Pelargonium.

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