Dainty cut green leaves form dense tufts which turn a brilliant red and orange in fall.
Large cup-shaped, round and double flowers.
Pink with purple veining.
Late spring to summer.
Well-drained soil; don't allow to dry out.
Bright double flowers; low spreading habit, great as a ground cover beneath trees or around shrubs. Easy to maintain once established. Will adapt to a wide range of growing conditions. Even if not in bloom, deeply cut foliage adds interest to your landscape.
The Birch's Double Everblooming Hardy Geranium (geranium himalayense) is a low-maintenance perennial that can provide colorful ground cover. Also ideal for borders and rock gardens, this pink hardy geranium spreads up to 2 feet per plant with 12 to 15 inch spacing. Growing to a height of about 10 to 12 inches for a compact and low spread habit, the Birch's Double is a great fit beneath trees or around shrubs. Beautiful and vibrant double flowers form in the late spring to summer. The bright pink flowers take on a large, round cup-shape with purple veining. The attractive foliage consists of dainty cut green leaves. The leaves form dense tufts which turn a brilliant shade of red and orange in fall. Even when not in bloom, deeply cut foliage adds interest to your landscape.
Once established, the Birch's Double Geranium is easy to maintain and fast growing. To prune, cut off completely faded flower stems to encourage new blossoms to re-form during the blooming season. The plant will adapt to a wide range of growing conditions. Soil requirements simply include well-drained soil that should be kept from drying out. In addition to making a lovely addition to your garden, the Birch's Double Everblooming Hardy Geranium can be planted in a pot or window-box and placed in a sunny or partially sunny area.