Geranium pyrenaicum ‘Isparta’
This extremely polite self-sower is good at finding its way through perennials and shrubs without ever becoming a menace. Plants can break up predictable plantings as they wend hither and thither, but also strike lovely, accidental combinations with perennial neighbours, such as catmint and sedums. ‘Isparta’ is a more robust clone with larger flowers than some others, although none of the wild charm is lost as it sends out scrambling sprays of typical cranesbill flowers from spring into autumn. Height 40-50cm. Origin Southern Europe, northern Africa and western Asia. Selected in Turkey. Conditions Sun with good, well-drained soil. Hardiness RHS H6, USDA 5a-9b. Season Summer into autumn.