Geranium endressii is native to south-west France and north-west Spain where it can be found in damp, upland meadows.
The variety we offer was introduced in 1930 by Waterer, Son and Crisp, a famous English nursery. It only received an Award of Garden Merit (AGM) in 1993.
Geranium endressii 'Wargrave Pink' is particularly generous and very easy to grow. Its rhizomatous growth habit produces large clumps and an avalanche of soft pink flowers from late spring until mid-summer.
It is often a good idea to cut it back in mid-July in order to prompt another flowering in September-October.
In the garden we use it to edge big borders, in hedges or near ponds or trees.
Grow in the sun or slight shade in ordinary soil, which is not too dry.
Height: 50 cm. Planting distance: 60 cm. Hardiness: -15°C
- 0,7 litre pot
- Hardiness zones : zone 7-10
- Height: 30 to 50cm
- Plant spacing: 60 cm
- Flower colour: pink
- Flowering period: summer flowers
For a weekend garden, easy to grow and no maintenance.£5.69
Synonym: Geranium 'Blogold'£4.29
Good-bye "Johnson Blue" ! Here comes Brookside!from £3.99
Four months of summer flowering!£3.99
A new selection from Alan Bremmer (Scotland, UK)from £4.69
A good choice for beginners (and experienced gardeners!)£4.29
Five months of flowers from June until October.£4.29
A garden essential£5.29
Six months of flowers.from £3.49
Soft lavender-blue flowers£3.99
The black geranium£3.99
Very prolific and quite charming with its abundant purple violet flowers£3.49
A very nice Geranium to fill up empty spots in the garden!£5.29
Long, sweet, scented flowering.£3.99
A rapid small ground cover for banks and rockeries.£3.99
Express ground cover£4.29