Impressive violet blue flowers with deeper venation decorating the petals. The flowers last up to 8 weeks, each bloom is 4-5cm across. The bright green foliage will grow to form nice, dense clumps and turns a fabulous orange red in autumn.
Iberian Geranium plants are durable, fairly dry tolerant and quite self-sufficient. You don't need to provide very much care in order for these plants to flower cheerfully. The foliage looks lush and leafy for much of the year.
Iberian Geranium are good gap fillers for perennial borders. They can also be used as a ground cover, along rock walls or in pots.
Plant Iberian Geraniums in moderately fertile, to humus rich, well drained soil. Morning sun is ideal. Water to establish, they become dry tolerant as they establish.
Iberian Geranium is also known as Caucasian Cranesbill and Spanish Cranesbill.
Supplied as: Bare rooted
Geranium ibericum jubatum
Late spring to early autumn
Cool to Mediterranean
Full Sun to Semi Shade