Wednesday, May 17, 2006
Timing perennial gardens for a colorful show, all summer long, is my greatest challenge. I've discovered that Johnson's Blue Geranium makes me look like a pro. This is one of the hardest working plants in my garden. Bursting with beautiful, sky-blue flowers in May and flowering, non-stop, through into September. Balance out your garden beds with a few workhorses, such as this hardy, blue Cranesbill Geranium. They'll provide consistent, dramatic color when shorter-blooming perennials begin to fade.
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