From late spring to early summer, Geranium Karmina produces stunning purplish-pink flowers that form a striking carpet of color. In the fall the foliage turns orange to red color.
Botanically referenced as ‘Geranium x Cantabrigiense,’ Karmina plants are a naturally occurring hybrid originating from Croatia. With semi-evergreen foliage and a resistance to deer and rabbits, these perennial plants are easy to grow and extremely hardy to the elements.
Ideal conditions for these Perennial Geraniums include full sun and a well draining soil blend. These hardy plants will also tolerate conditions of partial shade and are mildly drought tolerant. These plants will provide the most plentiful results when planted in moist. hummus-consistent soils.
Geranium Karmina are most commonly used as ground cover plants. They are also a gorgeous addition to flower beds, yard borders and rock gardens. As an added bonus the sweet lilac blooms look regal in cut flower arrangements.
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