- Botanical Name:Geranium ‘Johnson’s Blue’
- Height:12 – 18 inches.
- Spacing:12 – 18 inches.
- Depth:Plant with crown at soil surface.
- Spread:12 – 15 inches.
- Light Required:Full Sun, Partial Shade, Full Shade
- Color:Vivid clear blue with tinged pink centers.
- Blooms:Early summer main display and will repeat blooming later in the season.
- Zone:4 – 8 (-20° F.).
- Form:Sprawling mound.
- Flower Form:Sprawling mound.
- Soil Requirements:Moist well drained soil.
- Growth Rate:12 – 24 inches.
- Pruning:Remove blossoms as they fade to encourage reblooming. After flowering
- Foliage:Depply lobed and ancisely toother foliage.
- Comments:Vivid clear blue with tinged pink centers. Hardy geraniums are low-maintenance perennials ideal for borders, rock gardens or as a colorful ground cover.
An easy-care, low-maintenance perennial that bears clusters of pretty blue flowers! Johnson ‘s Blue Geranium is a favorite for planting in cottage gardens, borders, containers and even as a ground cover. Up to 2-in. sky blue flowers bloom in clusters above the foliage from late spring to early fall. Grows 12-18 in. tall with a 24-30 in. spread. Attracts butterflies. Deer tend to avoid. For best results, plant in full sun to partial shade. Zones 4-8.