Johnson's Blue Geranium - 12-18"
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- Crane's Bill Geranium - Geranium Hardy Planting Zones- 3-9 Sun or Shade – Full to Partial Sun Mature Height - 12-24" Mature Width - 36-48" Bloom Season – Late Spring-Fall Gardener Status - Beginner
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Here's how your plants will look on arrival. All plants are dormant with no leaves or foliage.
Johnson's Blue Geranium Plant
This herbaceous perennial is hardy in Zones 4-8. Its saucer-shaped blooms are a lovely shade of sky blue and show off from June through September, attracting butterflies. Johnson's blue geranium reaches a height of 1.5 feet. It requires full sun to part shade and average, well-drained soil with medium moisture. It is easy to grow and looks amazing in rock and cottage gardens or borders.
Johnson's Blue Geranium is a lovely plant and can be used in a lot of ways. This plant contains tannin and can be used for digestive problems that may cause diarrhea. It can help with several gastrointestinal issues such as inflammation of the bladder and also abnormal bleeding due to menstrual cycles. It can also be formed to make an astringent that can be used for some skin problems. Hardy Geraniums are a trendy one among gardeners. This is a delicate looking plant but is very strong and hardy. It can grow to become around two feet tall when fully developed. This plant brings lots of colors as the blooms can appear in purple, blue, white and pink. It looks healthy and great when planted in the right soil conditions. It thrives in moist soils that are well drained and can also survive drought conditions. This plant normally blooms during the early part of spring. These plants will bring a lot of vivid color to a garden, and they also look amazing when planted in containers and flower pots. They also work great when added to hanging baskets. These flowers are gorgeous, and they can also bring wildlife such as butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds to garden areas as they bloom. They are very easy to grow and care for as they take very little maintenance. They do grow and thrive more if the dead blooms are removed from them. Planting these very hardy flowering plants is a wonderful way to bring lots of curb appeal to a garden and home. This plant is a top buyer with homeowners during the springtime planting season and looks great as they begin to grow.