- Flowering Plants
- ‘Johnson's Blue’ or 'Rozanne' geranium
‘Johnson's Blue’ or 'Rozanne' geranium
These long-blooming perennials are almost identical in habit, flower color and size, with a bluish-lavender flower slightly larger than "Tiny Monster". They grow about 8-20 inches high and will spread out 1-2 feet with trailing stems, which makes for attractive containers, hanging baskets, or next to rock walls. Medium but regular water, low maintenance and showy flowers attract butterflies. Usually blooming from spring to summer, Part shade necessary in zones 9 and 10, but can take full sun at the coast. Rozanne reportedly blooms for a longer period (4-5 months) than Johnson's Blue (2-3 months), but we cannot swear to it!
Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil. Tolerates some drought, but prefers and spreads best in moist soils with good drainage. Deadheading not necessary. In hot summer areas, foliage may die back slightly after flowering. Prune lightly to perk it up and it will come right back. This is a true Geranium (cranesbill), not to be confused with the annual Pelargonium. First two photos are Rozanne and last 3 are Johnson's Blue.
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