An unusual front garden in England by Peter Merrett Gardening

Geranium 'Dusky Crg'   (Looking from the drive side )

Review Notes:A chance seedling that occurred at Crg Farm Plants, between G. Crg strain G. oxonianum.
Dusky Crg is low growing with large roundish velvety brown leaves, flowers are of a good size and soft-pink. Best grown in full sun well drained soil.


Plant Type:- Perennial
Colour:- Pink
Flowering Period:- May to Sep

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Crg Farm Plants, Gwynedd, Wales, UK


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Photographer:- Peter Merrett, Devon, England
Photographer: - Peter Merrett, Copyright: - Peter Merrett

Looking along the length of the garden from the drive side.

The plant in the very foreground is Penstemon cinicola, Corydalis taliensis on the left, Geranium Dusky Crug on the right.
Beyond the bridge - in the centre Ulmus parviflora 'Yatsubusa' to the right of that Mimulus cardinalis and Haloragis erecta 'Washington Bronze' under there somewhere is Leptinella "Platts Black" which is a lovely little thing. The yellow blob at the back is a rather fine yellow Abies which has seen I think four gardens now!


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