Tried and Trouble-free!
Year-after-year, ‘Rozanne’ continues to be a “rock star” in my garden!
I highly recommended ‘Rozanne’ for larger flowers than others of its type along with an extended bloom period and vigorous, yet dense, habit. The lovely saucer-shaped flowers are deep violet-blue with a white throat and darker venation. Attractive, faintly marbled, deep green leaves change to a brownish red in late fall for added interest. With a semi-vining habit, ‘Rozanne’ weaves gracefully through my garden, filling in any gaps along the way, allowing for its companion plants (see below) to flow together in a stunning blend of colors and textures.The non-stop show begins in June and lasts till frost.
Light: Full Sun to Part Shade
Height: 1 to 3 ft.
Spread: 1 to 3 ft.
Growth Habit: Clumps, Spreads
Uses: Perennial beds, borders, also excellent for massing or in mixed containers.
Companion Plants: Coreopsis, Asclepias, Calamintha, Salvia, to name a few. For more information about other fun geraniums, click here.