Prolific violet blue flowers mass over fine foliage from spring to frost. The mid green leaves are deeply dissected so look soft and lovely. A mid season dead head will lead to even more late season flowers. We have been impressed with its garden performance.
Geranium ‘Annette’ was discovered as a cross in the garden of celebrated, New Zealand plantsman Gordon Collier, who named it in tribute to his wife.
Plant Geranium ‘Annette’ in a sunny spot into moderately fertile to humus rich soil. In warmer climates it will cope with some shade. Water in, then it becomes dry tolerant once established. A light late spring/early summer prune and a bit of fertiliser will extend the flowering season.
Spring to Autumn
Cool to Mediterranean
Full Sun to Semi Shade