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We have over 90 varieties of hardy Geranium for sale in the nursery. With careful planning you can have hardy geranium flowering in the garden from May to the first frosts.
We are delighted that three varieties; GERANIUM pratense ‘Yorkshire Queen’, GERANIUM phaeum ‘Stillingfleet Ghost’ and GERANIUM x oxonianum ‘Stillingfleet Keira’ were originally grown from seedlings in our garden. New hardy geraniums for 2017 include GERANIUM ‘Jolly Jewel Salmon,’ GERANIUM ‘Jolly Jewel Night,’ GERANIUM robustum and GERANIUM psilostemon ‘Catherine Deneuve.’
We are also pleased to be stocking Geum ‘Scarlet Tempest’ which was a very popular choice at Chelsea 2016
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|GALATELLA sedifolia formerly Aster sediflorius||15”||£5.60|
|Blue flowers with narrow petals in a loose clump.
Useful in flowering from August to autumn.
|White pea flowers in loose spikes in summer. Good pinnate foliage.|
|(Sweet woodruff) Creeping, with white fragrant flowers in May.
Good in shade.
|GERANIUM ‘Ann Folkard’||AGM||2’||£5.60|
|From a clump of foliage this sends out long stems ending in magenta flowers
with a black eye. It is a cross between G. procurrens and G. psilostemon.
|Geranium ‘Azure Rush’||1’6″||£6.50|
|A spot of “Rozanne” but more compact.
Pale blue flowers from summer to early frosts.
|GERANIUM ‘Baby Blue’||1′||£5.50|
|Large violet-blue flowers. Finely cut foliage.|
|GERANIUM ‘Blue Blood’||15”||£5.50|
|Very deep blue flowers with reddish markings. Flowering in mid-summer.
A Marco van Noordt introduction.
|GERANIUM ‘Blue Cloud’||AGM||2’6”||£5.50|
|Masses of starry blue flowers, the name is very apt.|
|GERANIUM ‘Blue Pearl’||2’||£5.50|
|Lilac, soft blue flowers with deeper veining at the base of the petals.
A seedling from G. ‘Brookside’. Greyish foliage.
|GERANIUM ‘Blue Sunrise’||AGM||18”||£5.60|
|Yellow fringe in the spring. Large blue flowers in early summer.|
|GERANIUM ‘Blushing Turtle’||2’||£5.50|
|Large pale pink flowers with darker veining. PBR|
|(G.pratense x G.clarkei ‘Kashmir Purple’) I thought this was exactly like
G. ‘Johnson’s Blue’ when I first grew it, actually it is a much better plant,
flowering from May to November with bowl-shaped blue flowers.
|GERANIUM x cantabrigiense||1′||£5.40|
|Makes a dense mat of fragrant leaves. Flowers pinky-mauve for a long period.|
|GERANIUM x cantabrigiense ‘Biokovo’||9″||£5.40|
|A cross between G. macrorrhizum and G. dalmaticum.
Evergreen with pale pink flowers.
|GERANIUM cantabrigiense ‘Crystal Rose’||9″||£5.50|
|Cerise flowers in early summer. Fragrant evergreen foliage
turning reddish brown in winter.
|GERANIUM cantabrigiense ‘St Ola’||9″||£5.40|
|A mat of bright green evergreen foliage and pale pink,
almost white flowers in summer. Excellent ground cover.
|GERANIUM x cantabrigense ‘Westray’||6”||£5.40|
|A new form with the usual small evergreen foliage and pink flowers. PBR|
|GERANIUM cinereum ‘Thumbling Heart’||6”||£5.40|
|Lilac flowers with dark purple veining. Needs sun and good drainage.|
|GERANIUM clarkei ‘Kashmir Pink’||16”||£5.50|
|Finely cut leaves and bowl shaped flowers of a beautiful soft pink.
Not as vigorous as G. ‘Kashmir Purple’.
|GERANIUM clarkei ‘Kashmir White’||2’||£5.50|
|Warm white veined with purple giving a grayish effect. Early summer.|
|GERANIUM ‘Dragon Heart’||2’||£5.80|
|New hybrid with very large magenta flowers throughout the summer.
Best trailing through other plants. Bred by Alan Bremner. PBR
|GERANIUM ‘Dusky Crug’||1′||£5.40|
|Mounds of dark brown foliage and largish pale pink flowers,
needs good drainage and sun.
|Lots of large deep pink flowers, the petals edged with white.|
|GERANIUM ‘Eureka Blue’||18”||£5.50|
|Large blue flowers in summer. Green foliage turns reddish in autumn.
Sport of ‘Orion’ from Brian Krabbes.
|GERANIUM endressii ‘Wargrave Pink’||2’||£5.40|
|Salmon-pink small flowers in June. Light green leaves.|
|GERANIUM ‘Hexham Velvet’||2′||£5.60|
|Marbled foliage, pink flowers in late summer. Sprawling.|
|GERANIUM himalayense ‘Derrick Cook’||1′||£5.50|
|Large white flowers with darker veining.|
|GERANIUM himalayense ‘Gravetye’||AGM||1′||£5.50|
|This form has larger blue flowers and is more compact.|
|GERANIUM himalayense ‘Irish Blue’||1′||£5.50|
|Large cup shaped flowers of pale blue throughout the summer. Spreading.|
|GERANIUM himalayense ‘Plenum’||1′||£5.50|
|Double lilac purple flowers.|
|GERANIUM ibericum ‘White Zigana||1′||£5.50|
|White flowers veined in blue, grey green leaves which colour in autumn.|
|GERANIUM ‘Johnson’s Blue’||1’6″||£5.40|
|Divided leaves which colour in the autumn. Blue flowers. Tends to flop.|
|GERANIUM cinereum ‘Jolly Jewel Night’ NEW||9″||£5.90|
|Pinkish purple flowers on a compact clump. Flowers for most of the summer.
Sun and well drained conditions. New from Marco van Noort. PBR
|GERANIUM cinereum ‘Jolly Jewel Raspberry’ NEW||9″||£5.90|
|Rosy pink flowers on a compact clump. Flowers for most of the summer.
Needs well drained conditions. New from Marco van Noort. PBR
|GERANIUM ‘Jolly Jewel Salmon’ NEW||9″||£5.50|
|Salmon pink flowers with darker centres. Flowers most of the summer.
Well drained and sunny conditions.
|Beautiful pale pink, bowl shaped flowers in late summer.
Makes a mound of foliage topped with masses of flowers.
|Large bright pinkish-purple flowers in late summer.
Best in some shade and not too dry conditions.
|The foliage of this species disappears in the summer and appears
the following autumn. Violet‐blue flowers.
|GERANIUM ‘Lilac Ice’||2’||£5.80|
|Pale lilac flowers veined with purple in late summer.
A sport of G. Rozanne and just as good.
|GERANIUM macrorrhizum ‘Ingwersen’s Variety’||AGM||1′||£5.40|
|Excellent evergreen groundcover, green fragrant foliage, soft pink flowers.|
|GERANIUM macrorrhizum ‘Pindus’||9″||£5.40|
|Small glossy leaves. Reddish purple flowers.|
|GERANIUM macrorrhizum ‘White Ness’||AGM||1′||£5.50|
|Low growing vigorous form with pure white flowers. Not as vigorous as some.|
|Round flowers of a luminous lilac in May.|
|GERANIUM maculatum albiflorum||18”||£5.80|
|Rather like G. sylvaticum and flowering in May
but the pure white flowers are slightly smaller.
|GERANIUM maculatum ‘Elizabeth Ann’||AGM||1′||£5.60|
|Dark, coffee-coloured foliage. Dark pink flowers. Compact. PBR|
|GERANIUM maculatum ‘Espresso’||1’6″||£5.60|
|Dark brown foliage and bright pink flowers in summer.|
|GERANIUM x magnificum||AGM||2’||£5.50|
|Hairy leaves which turn red in autumn. Blue flowers.|
|Becoming dormant after flowering in May this has violet-blue flowers
with darker veining on the petals.
|GERANIUM ‘Mavis Simpson’||AGM||9″||£5.50|
|From a small clump of grey foliage this sends out trailing stems
covered with clear pink flowers throughout the summer.
|G. sylvaticum ‘Mayflower’ x G. endressii. Good shaped rose-pink
flowers lined with deep pink. Flowers all summer. PBR
|GERANIUM ‘Midnight Clouds’||18”||£5.60|
|Lots of dark purple foliage topped with white flowers.|
|Wonderful fern-like foliage on a large bushy plant, covered with pale pink
flowers with a magenta centre. Needs winter protection so best in a pot.
|Deep violet-purple starry flowers, very feathery foliage
which is golden green in spring.
|Glossy lobed leaves, lilac flowers all summer. Will survive dense shade.|
|GERANIUM nodosum ‘Clos de Coudray’||1′||£5.60|
|Glossy maple-shaped leaves, purple flowers edged with white. Good in shade.|
|GERANIUM nodosum ‘Silverwood’||1′||£5.60|
|Pure white flowers all summer. Will grow in dry shade.|
|Large, bright blue flowers with darker veining.|
|GERANIUM x oxonianum ‘A.T.Johnson’||AGM||18”||£5.40|
|Pinky‐mauve flowers for most of the summer.
If cut down after flowering will often flower again.
|GERANIUM x oxonianum ‘Kate Moss’||18”||£5.40|
|G. endressii x versicolor. Very pale pink on spreading plants.
This and ‘Rebecca Moss’ were given to me by Robin Moss who
has named them after his children.
|GERANIUM x oxonianum ‘Rebecca Moss’||18”||£5.40|
|G. endressii x versicolor. Not quite as pale pink as ‘Kate Moss’.|
|GERANIUM x oxonianum ‘Sherwood’||2’6”||£5.50|
|Narrow pale pink petals. Flowers throughout the summer
and I have never had a seedling problem!
|GERANIUM x oxonianum ‘Stillingfleet Keira ‘||2’||£5.50|
|Previously sold under the name G.’Stillingfleet’. We had not named it
although it was one of our seedlings. This is the name we would like it
to be called in future, named after our grand-daughter.
It has small rosy-pink flowers.
|Plant with large, deeply dissected leaves and huge heads of magenta flowers.
Needs winter protection.
|(G. endressii x G. psilostemon) Bright pink with a darker eye,
flowering for months making this an excellent form.
|GERANIUM phaeum ‘Album’||2’||£5.50|
|Reflexed white flowers. Good in shade.|
|GERANIUM phaeum ‘Alec’s Pink’ NEW||2’||£5.60|
|Pinkish lilac flowers in early summer. Another good shade plant.|
|GERANIUM phaeum ‘Joan Baker’||2’6”||£5.50|
|Quite large flowers on tall plants. The flowers are bluish-purple.
Good in shade.
|GERANIUM phaeum ‘Margaret Wilson’||1′||£6.00|
|One of the best new variegated plants, creamy yellow veining on
evergreen foliage. Purplish flowers in early summer. Will do well in shade.
|GERANIUM phaeum ‘Stillingfleet Ghost’||2’||£6.00|
|One of our seedlings which was on trial with David Hibberd
and named by him. Pale grey flowers of a reasonable size,
a useful colour to add to the range of G. phaeum so good in shade.
|GERANIUM phaeum var.phaeum ‘Samobor’||2’||£5.40|
|Grown for its wonderful leaves. Large dark-brown blotches
in the centre of each leaf. Very good in shade.
|GERANIUM ‘Phillipe Vapelle’||18”||£5.50|
|(G. renardii x G. polypetalum) Mounds of hairy grey leaves
topped by purple flowers heavily veined.
|GERANIUM ‘Pink Penny’||1′||£5.60|
|Large, deep red flowers with darker veining. A good new form.|
|GERANIUM pratense ‘Hocus Pocus’||18”||£5.50|
|Bronze-purple foliage, large lavender‐purple flowers.|
|GERANIUM pratense ‘Laura’||1′||£5.80|
|A new pure white double flowered geranium from Christine Morley.
Sterile so flowers for most of the Summer. PBR
|GERANIUM Pratense ‘Marshmallow’||2’6″||£5.60|
|Red stems, rose-pink flushed foliage and soft pink flowers in summer.
Beautiful and easy.
|GERANIUM pratense ‘Mrs Kendall Clark’||AGM||2’||£5.50|
|Grey flower flushed blue. Herbaceous.|
|GERANIUM pratense ‘Plenum Violaceum’ NEW||3’||£5.90|
|Rich violet rosettes in mid-summer, very pretty. Needs fertile soil.|
|GERANIUM pratense ‘Striatum’||18”||£5.50|
|White flowers speckled with blue.|
|GERANIUM pratense ‘Yorkshire Queen’||2’6”||£5.80|
|Pale grey flowers, heavily veined. Named here.|
|Magenta flowers with dark centres. Deeply cut foliage which colours
in the autumn. Herbaceous.
|GERANIUM psilostemon ‘Catherine Deneuve’ NEW||2’6″||£6.00|
|A good new form with narrow petals of deep magenta in summer. PBR|
|A rare native with attractive rounded leaves and mauve-pink
flowers for months. Can be short lived but usually self seeds.
|GERANIUM ‘Red Admiral’||1’6”||£5.80|
|Delighted to have this Geranium from Robin Moss. Dark purple-red flowers
with a small dark centre and dark veins. G.psilostemon x G.sylvaticum.
|Sage-green circular leaves. White flowers lined with mauve in early summer.|
|GERANIUM x riversleaianum ‘Russell Prichard’||AGM||6”||£5.50|
|Strong growing clump of grey-green leaves and magenta flowers.|
|GERANIUM robustum NEW||2′||£5.60|
|Finely cut greyish foliage, pink flowers with a white eye.
Sun and good drainage.
|Large blue flowers with a white eye. Needs sun and best sprawling
through other plants. Flowers mid-summer until the frosts. PBR
|GERANIUM ‘Sabani Blue’||2’||£5.50|
|Masses of good green foliage, large deep blue flowers in early summer.
Another good plant from Alan Bremner. PBR
|(G. lambertii x G. procurrens) From a mound of foliage long stems
support flowers of dusky-violet. Sprawling.
|Deep purple flowers with black eyes.
New foliage is yellow-green in the spring. Sprawling. PBR
|Seedlings from ‘Cedric Morris’ a form with large magenta-pink flowers.
|GERANIUM sanguineum ‘Ankum’s Pride’||AGM||6”||£5.50|
|Another excellent plant from Coen Jansen.
Bright pink flowers for most of the summer.
|GERANIUM sanguineum ‘Elspeth’||1′||£5.50|
|A large flowered form with bright purple flowers throughout the summer.|
|GERANIUM sanguineum ‘John Elsley’||1′||£5.50|
|Makes a neat mound of carmine‐pink flowers.|
|GERANIUM sanguineum ‘Lancastrense’||AGM||9’||£5.50|
|(Syn. G. sanguineum var. striatum) Pink flowers throughout the summer.|
|GERANIUM ‘Shocking Blue’||1′||£5.50|
|Bright blue flowers with a white eye on a compact plant.|
|(G. glacile x G. ibericum) Large purplish-pink flowers in mid-summer.|
|Large clumps of bowl‐shaped deep purplish-blue flowers.|
|(G. pelopnnesiacum x G. renardii) Large, pale blue flowers in spring.
Good textured leaves make tight clumps.
|GERANIUM ‘Summer Skies’||18”||£5.60|
|I cannot imagine why this is called ‘Summer Skies’ as the double flowers
are pinky-blue rather than sky blue. But very attractive anyway. PBR
|GERANIUM sylvaticum albiflorum||18”||£5.60|
|Pure white flowers in early spring.|
|GERANIUM sylvaticum ‘Amy Doncaster’||2’||£5.60|
|Deep blue flowers with a white eye and excellent foliage.|
|GERANIUM sylvaticum ‘Mayflower’||AGM||2’||£5.60|
|Violet blue flowers in early summer.|
|GERANIUM ‘Tiny Monster’||1′||£5.50|
|Purple-pink flowers for a long period on a vigorous plant.|
|Deep-pink flowers veined darker pink. Sprawling.
Grown form Himalayan seed.
|GERANIUM wallichianum ‘Crystal Lake’||18”||£5.60|
|Large silvery blue flowers, veined with purple.
Lovely growing through other plants.
A beautiful new addition, flowering in late summer. PBR
|GERANIUM wallichianum ‘Havana Blues’||15″||£5.60|
|Large blue flowers with dark veins. Flowers from June to the frosts.|
|GERANIUM wallichianum ‘Rise and Shine’||1′||£6.50|
|Blue purple flowers with a white eye and pink veins. Late Summer.
Marco van Noort introduction.
|GERANIUM wallichianum ‘Sweet Heidi’||14″||£5.60|
|Blue-purple petals surround a white eye edged with pink.
Flowers all summer. Sprawling. PBR
|Purple flowers in late summer and foliage which turns red
at the approach of autumn.
|A biennial, looking like a small G.palmatum. Large over-wintering rosettes
of foliage, magenta flowers. Syn G.rubescens.
|Deeply cut leaves, saucer shaped pink flowers veined with darker pink.
Bushy. Needs not too dry conditions.
|GEUM ‘Bell Bank’||1′||£5.50|
|Lovely large semi-double pink flowers with frilly edges. Very pretty.|
|Single orange flowers in early summer.|
|GEUM ‘Herterton Primrose’||1′||£5.50|
|Wide open flowers with yellow petals. Brighter yellow than G. ‘Lemon Drops’.|
|GEUM hybridum luteum||15″||£5.50|
|Single yellow flowers.|
|GEUM ‘Lemon Drops’||1′||£5.50|
|Clear yellow flowers with brown stamens. Good in early summer.|
|GEUM rivale ‘Album’||15″||£5.20|
|Nodding greenish-white flowers in early summer.|
|GEUM rivale ‘Leonard’s Variety’||1′||£5.50|
|Coppery pink bell-shaped flowers. Not for a dry position.|
|Tomato red flowers from early summer.|
|GEUM ‘Scarlet Tempest’ NEW||18″||£6.00|
|Large, semi-double vibrant red flowers. Sterile so flowers for months.
All over Chelsea in 2016. From Elizabeth McGregor. PBR
|GLADIOLUS communis subsp. byzantinus||AGM||3’||£5.50|
|A small flowered gladiolus with magenta flowers splashed with cream.
Needs good drainage and fertile soil.
|The flowers are a strange mix of grey, green, cream and pinkish‐purple.
It flowers in autumn, needs well drained soil and then spreads.