|Red-leaved Geranium 'Bevan's Variety' and browned hydrangea blooms by the fence.|
This beautiful geranium has long-lasting fall color, but it is usually not visible in December since there is often a foot of snow covering everything. (See it here last year in the snow.) With its bloom in May, its terrific foliage the rest of the year and its easy rhizome propagation, it is definitely a winning geranium. It is also useful as a ground cover, even in dry shade areas.
|It is also mounded in one of the squares by our sidewalk at the back of the house.|
|Geranium macrorrhizum 'Bevan's Variety' in autumn color with the strappy fall Muscari foliage|
|I love how the red bow calls to this geranium through the gate.|
Adds a festive spirit! ... even with no snow.