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Blue flowered Geraniums

Blue Flowered Geraniums

2024-01-10T16:52:39+01:00 July 24th, 2020|Colour|

Looking for the Blues?

When it comes to flowers there are many different types of blue. They range from blues that are so pale they are almost white, like G. wallichianum ‘Crystal Lake’, through to what I call true blues such as G. ‘Johnson’s Blue’ and on to the dark indigo blues of G. ‘Blue Blood’.

Below is a list of Blue Geraniums, many of which can be found on the website, which has been split into three groups, pale blues, mid-blues and dark blues. The flowers will vary in size, some will have a modest diameter of 3cm whereas some will be very large with the potential to reach 6cm’s in diameter. The plants will also vary in size, height and habit, some will be upright and clump forming where others will be more rambling.

Don’t forget you can always use the filter options on the product pages to define your search criteria.

Pale Blues

G phaeum ‘Blauwvoet’

G phaeum ‘Walkure’

G pratense ‘Mrs. Kendall-Clarke’

G wallichianum ‘Havana Blues’

G ‘Blue Cloud’

 Mid Blues

G himalayense ‘Kaya’

G ‘Rozanne’

G ‘Brookside’

G ‘Orion’

G ‘Blue Sunrise’

Dark Blues

G ibericum subsp. jubatum ‘Vital’

G x magnificum

G x magnificum ‘Rosemoor’

G ‘Alan Mayes’