Geranium x oxonianum ‘Katherine Adele’
Ice pink gems of flowers over the loveliest foliage clumps. Each leaf is laced with chocolate markings, which sets off the pale flowers superbly. Geranium x oxonianum ‘Katherine Adele’ grows to a neat 30cm clump and enjoys Partial Sun or Shade.
Tough groundcover for tough spots
Ideal for drier, tough spots in the garden, For instance a spot shaded by trees roses or shrubs.
Geranium x oxonianum ‘Katherine Adele’ won’t fade away if you forget to water, and when happy it will self-sow to fill in any bare spots for you. A very tolerant plant once established especially because it is also frost hardy and pest a disease resistant.
Growing: Geranium x oxonianum ‘Katherine Adele’
– Height with flowers: 15cm approx.
– Width: 30cm approx.
– Position: Preferably a Sunny spot but will grow just fine in Partial Shade.
– Soil: Well drained, However will enjoy most soils as long as it isn’t too wet.
– Fragrance: Scented foliage.
– Frost: Hardy
– Growth: Perennial.
– Attracts: Birds, bees as well as other beneficial insects.
– Care: Prefers deep watering and drying out between waters. A tidy up of over weathered leaves or growth is all that is really needed.
– Deer & Rabbit resistant: Geraniums have a slight scent that smells nice to us but isn’t appetising to deer or rabbits.
– Origin: Reportedly a seedling discovered from G. ‘Walter’s Gift’ (Which derived from G. x oxonianum x G. versicolor)