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Worth the space for their long season of bloom, Geranium 'Patricia' and G. Roxanne, the latter likes to weave through the legs of shrubs.

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  • Posted: Mon. 26th September 2011 01:50

Re: long blooming perennials

Reply from Nicola

Thanks Elaine!

For members interested in these plants here are Cranesbill 'Patricia' (Geranium 'Patricia') and Cranesbill 'Rozanne' (Geranium 'Rozanne') (I think this is what you meant?) in Shoot.

Thanks again
Nicola

  • Posted: Mon. 26th September 2011 07:09

Re: long blooming perennials

Reply from Curstain keltie

Hi, there are so many. I love Diascia 'Ruby field', Erigeron karkinskianus and Leucanthemum 'Phyllis Smith. Oooh but there are so many!

  • Posted: Mon. 26th September 2011 08:12

Re: Re: long blooming perennials

Reply from Ashleigh McMinn

Please go on Curstain, there can never be too many..

  • Posted: Mon. 1st July 2013 21:56

Re: Re: Re: long blooming perennials

Reply from ELAINE HUTSON

Another long blooming perennial is galega officinalis Lady Wilcox or is it Wison? it is a tall perennial, blooms in July-Aug, pea flower blue and white bi coloured, needs staking, since it is hollow stemmed, helianthus ' lemon queen, starts off in August and goes into Sept. needs to be divided frequently, but is easy, not too deep rooted and of course,, anemone 'the white one that has been around, the varietal name escapes me, it sounds French. Oh well price for getting old I suppose.

  • Posted: Tue. 2nd July 2013 13:46