Geranium ''Johnson's Blue''
G. ''Johnson's Blue'' was one of the first hardy geraniums to be introduced into New Zealand in the 1990's (I think - but don't quote me in case). Forming a slightly sprawling clump of foliage this beauty is a lovely ground cover for the front of a border or planted in containers. Lavender-blue flowers with pale veins are produced from late Spring. Thrives in full sun or partial shade. Best in well-drained soil that doesn't dry out too much in summer. A total bee magnet. 30cm x 60cm approximately. Winter dormant.