Gift wrapping Options available
An impressive perennial, which effortlessly produces a waveof nodding blooms in the most sensual shades ranging from deep maroon to almost black. Grows 18 inches tall. Hardy in zones 5-9.
Widely distributed, mainly in temperate regions, the Geranium family comprises 400 species of both annual and perennial forms. The name clearly refers to the beak-like fruits, and derives from the Greek "geranos", a crane. This also lends itself to explain the common name, Cranesbill, with "phaem" meaning dark colored.
THE ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS, KEW:
Kew grows more species in its 300 acres than any other garden in the world and is an important scientific institution. The magnificent glasshouses, including Decimus Burton's famous Palm House, display a wide range of plants from rainforest to desert and provide the visitor with a visual and fragrant treat whatever the time of year.