Geranium, Cranesbill 'Rozanne' --Cranesbill geraniums--Hardy Geraniums continue to gain popularity among gardeners who are looking for low maintenance plants. Not only do they produce lovely flowers in a wide variety of colors, but they also have varied growing habits to suit gardeners in almost any climate. Hardy geraniums are easy to propagate. Most can be started from seeds in the spring or divided at any time during the growing season.
Cranebill geranium: One of the most reliable and longest blooming plants for the garden, cranebill geraniums add a burst of color that starts in spring and lasts until first frost. The small, cup-shaped blooms are available in blue, pink, rose and magenta. Select a site that has good drainage. Not related to the annual geranium used in planters. USDA Hardiness Zones: 5 to 9 (Pictured: 'Johnson's Blue')
Red geraniums in a black urn planter. Who says they need to be real geraniums? we have awesome real looking artificial geraniums. I've used them in my porch planters and no one have could tell that they were not real.