Hardy geraniums are low-maintenance perennials ideal for borders, rock gardens or as a colorful ground cover.
Light: Full sun to partial shade
Bloom Time: Summer
Zones: 4 to 8
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Blue Fusion Everblooming Hardy Geranium Product Details
Geranium 'Johnson's Blue'
Partial Shade/Full Sun
12 - 18"
18 - 24"
18 - 24"
4 - 8
Attractive palmate - dark green, 2 - 8" wide.
Cup-shaped - 2".
Vivid blue/violet, tinged pink at the centers.
Early summer main display and will repeat blooming later in the season.
Prefers a spot with morning sun and afternoon shade.
Well-drained garden soil.
Moderate to fast.
Brilliant, clear color to the flowers, very attractive foliage that forms a mound and is an integral design element in a border even after flowering. Long bloom time - repeating throughout summer and again when weather cools off in the fall. Carefree and no major pest or diseases. Tough and reliable. Masses of flowers in a lovely shade of blue on an easy care plant. One of the best hardy geraniums.
Can cut back in mid summer to rejuvenate.
Blue Fusion Everblooming Hardy Geranium Customer Reviews
Fast growthReview by Rafia Shujaat - Naperville, IL Posted on 2013-05-28 07:44:38
The tiny plants came and I was thinking this will take long to grow into young plants. But as soon as I put them in pots, they grew like crazy. In one month time, I have planted them in my flower bed, they are mature. They are not flowering yet, but I know they will soon be. I can't wait!
Satisfactory performance the first seasonReview by Heather S - Columbia, PA Posted on 2012-09-13 12:40:25
All plants took and grew nicely. All produced blooms. I am satisfied with their performance as this was the first season for them, but am hoping for more blooms next year.
Hardy!Review by Elaine - Greencastle, PA Posted on 2012-05-10 23:11:20
Hardy barely begins to describe the weather tolerance of this plant. I got mine in March when we were having an odd warm spell. I planted them and not even the next day there was frost and hail! I was unaware of the bad weather coming so I never covered them and even though the temperature dropped well below 30 a number of nights in a row they grew like crazy! More then doubling their size in less then a week.