Flowers: June-August. Plant in sun or part shade. HxS 75x60cm
A beautiful hybrid of our native meadow cranesbill. We now know who Mrs Kendall Clarke was! https://dorsetperennials.co.uk/people/mrs-kendall-clark/ The flowers are held well above large mounds of handsomely dissected leaves. Soft, violet blue flowers with prominent white veins give the flowers a translucent appearance. Excellent in the middle of mixed borders or wild gardens, or try associating with pink roses or silver leaved plants. It prefers a moist soil that does not dry out in in summer and is superb when placed with evening light behind it. AGM. Hardiness rating H7.
Care & Maintenance.
This cranesbill is very easy to manage. Remove old leaves in spring. Propagate by division in spring. Pest and disease resistant. Cut back hard after the first flush of flowers for a repeat show in early autumn.