Geranium Johnson’s Blue

Geranium Johnson's Blue

Geranium × johnsonii ‘Johnson’s Blue’, the Meadow Cranesbill Johnson’s Blue, or more simply Geranium ‘Johnson’s Blue’ is a clump forming hardy geranium with lavender, 5 petalled flowers, approximately 5 com (2 inches) across which held above attractive foliage. The plant hold’s the RHS Award of Garden Merit. The hardy geraniums are great ground cover plants, given their spreading …

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Acer palmatum ‘Bloodgood’: Japanese Garden Star

Acer Palmatum Bloodgood

Acer palmatum ‘Bloodgood’Common name : Japanese Maple Family Aceraceae Plant Type Small to medium sized tree. Soil Type Moist, fertile, well drained. read more on soil type here → Aspect Sun or partial shade. Eventual Size Height: up to 8 m (26ft). Width: up to 5m (16ft). hardiness Hardy down to -10°C to -15°C (14°F …

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Acanthus mollis: For foliage and flowers, sun and shade

Acanthus mollis foliage

Acanthus mollis is also known as the Oyster Plant or Bear’s Breeches. It is a plant I very often incorporate into my gardens. Acanthus mollis is a striking perennial with large, deeply lobed leaves and tall flower spikes. The flowers bloom in late spring to early summer. They are white or pinkish with purple bracts …

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