Geranium Rozanne has striking violet-blue flowers the shape of saucers, with white centres. The blooms appear delicate and provide vibrant colour from spring until autumn. Perfect for borders or pots, the plant trails beautifully over the side of containers and fills gaps in borders providing a pretty splash of colour.
Ensure you regularly trim back dead flower heads to ensure a long flowering season into the autumn. Visit the Soto Journal for advice and tips on how to prune and deadhead your plants.
How to care for Rozanne
Rozanne will excel in full sun or partial shady locations. It will also tolerate shade.
This plant is robust and very low maintenance.
Rozanne can tolerate being in dry soil. It doesn't enjoy sitting in waterlogged conditions.
When planting use good quality, peat free compost.
This plant is not fussy about soil.
Geranium Rozanne ('Gerwat'PBR)
Flowers every year (perennial)
RECOMMENDED SOTO POT SIZE
NURSERY POT SIZE
No toxic effects reported
EVENTUAL GROWTH (2-5 YEARS)
Height - 0.5m-1m, Width - 0.5m-1m
Rozanne (Geranium Rozanne)
In this Soto Masterclass Max introduces the Rozanne, otherwise known as Geranium Rozanne.
Max explains that this plant loves full sun but can also tolerate full shade. This long flowering plant is great for softening borders or flowing over the side of pots. The deep purple colour of the flowers attracts pollinators into the autumn.