Geranium cinereum is a small, semi-evergreen perennial plant usually grown for low ground cover or in rockeries.
They generally grow to 150 cm in height with a spread of 3000 cm. Leaves are deeply divided and grey-green. It flowers in summer, with striking black-eyed flowers with black stamens. The plant grows in full sunlight, and is considered "semi" hard.
Gardening: Plants with Altitude - Part Three You Don't Have to Live on the Side of a Mountain to Appreciate an Alpine Garden. in the Final Extract from His Book 'Garden Magic', Nigel Colborn Shows You How to Plan Your Own
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