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Geranium Sanne-9 cm pot

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Geranium Sanne-9 cm pot

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Suitable For

Uses & Conditions for Plants
Creeping / Groundcover Plants
Floating Leaves and Surface Cover
Frost Hardy
Full Sun
Medicinal and Edible plants
Nitrate Removing Plant
Partial Shade
Plants to attract Amphibians
Plants to attract Bees
Plants to attract Birds and Mammals
Plants to attract Butterflies
Suitable for Natural Clay or Silt Planting
Suitable for patio water-gardening
Suitable for Streams & Ditches
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Flowering Time: May-September
Height: 50 cm

Unusual Geranium with attractive white flowers over red-brown leaves. Suitable for moist sunny borders in full sun. Height 50 cm. Flowering Time May-September

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