Three generous geraniums chosen by plant-hunter Lark Hanham
Considered one of the most popular perennials to grow by the RHS, and coveted the RHS Plant of the Centenary, this diverse and generous species has it all. They’re easy to grow, unaffected by pests and diseases, unfussy on soil types and, once established, can tolerate extended bouts of neglect and drought with minimal consequence. Aside from their robust unfaltering nature, they also supply some of the most handsome and long-lived floral shows, which perhaps is why they are particularly sought after for low-maintenance planting schemes. This attractive selection has been shortlisted to showcase interesting and aptly timed floral displays minus the faff. Furthermore, chop them to the ground after their first flush and they will return with a vengeance for another cracking show.