An unusual front garden in England by Peter Merrett Gardening

Geranium 'Dusky Crg'   (Looking over the main pond. )

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 over the main pond.
The neat bit in the "pond" is the little round things - which are a kind of deep blue mirrored glass bauble thingy. With a film of water round them they look like bubbles.

The leaves in the foreground are Gladiolus papillo, the reddish flower waving on the right is Rehmannia elata, over the "water" is a little group of Primula modesta var. fouriei and Geranium x lindavicum 'Apple Blossom'. Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Hamelin' is the big green blob behind the bridge.


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