this article I will stick to my favourite Geranium that is only
suitable for a raised bed, very large rockery or a large border.
I do however have a seedling that has appeared in a trough that
has so far remained very small. It has flowered this year but
time will tell! Everyone is familiar with G. wallichianum
‘Buxton’s Variety’ more commonly known as ‘Buxton’s
Blue’. What I grow is a large variety of G.
wallichianum from seeds ex Chris Chadwell from one of his
Himalayan trips. The parent plant is a stunning plants and given
may unusual coloured seedlings ranging from small deep pink
through various blues and one of my favourites palest blue with
a huge white eye.