A classic addition to a wildlife garden, Geranium 'Havana Blues' has a longer flowering season than the more well known 'Johnson's Blue' so is more valuable to pollinating insects. Very attractive to bees and butterflies, hardy geraniums show classic 'runway' markings on their petals to guide insects to their pollen and nectar stores.
Large saucer shaped lavender blue flowers that fade as they age making the blue veins more prominent. Blooms continuously from early summer through to autumn. Fast growing and low maintenance plant.
Height and spread: 40cm high and 50cm spread
Common name: geranium
Position in the garden: full sun or partial shade
Soil type: any well drained fertile soil
Flowering period: June to September
Hardiness: fully hardy