Geranium Rozanne ('Gerwat') (PBR)

RHS Chelsea Flower Show Plant of the Centenary

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2 litre pot £14.99
available to order from summer
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Buy Geranium Rozanne ('Gerwat') (PBR) RHS Chelsea Flower Show Plant of the Centenary: RHS Chelsea Flower Show Plant of the Centenary

This perennial dies back to below ground level each year in autumn, then fresh new growth appears again in spring.

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: fertile, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: fast-growing
  • Flowering period: June to September
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    Winner of the RHS Plant of the Centenary at Chelsea Flower Show 2013

    Large (up to 5cm across), saucer-shaped, violet-blue flowers with white centres appear throughout the summer above the mounds of slightly-marbled, deep green foliage. Perfect for underplanting roses, or filling a few gaps in the front of a border, it copes well in full sun or partial shade.

  • Garden care: In midsummer rejuvenate plants that are beginning to look jaded, by removing old flowered stems and leaves. Lift and divide large colonies in spring.

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Remarkable Rozanne


This is by far the best Rozanne that I have bought.Robust,healthy and a very long flowering time.

Plant mad lady

East Anglia


As always great plants from crocus


Always well boxed and healthy plants from crocus



Prolific low growing flowers


Flowered profusely in first season. I did dead head occasionally but little other care.




Hardworking Beauty!


I love this plant. It grew quickly and flowered all summer and autumn producing masses of flowers and with very little tending or attention from me, great for low maintenance gardens.


South west London




Flowered June to November, disappearing in winter. Very prolific And very attractive to bees. Prolific and spreading but not invasive. Great flower.


Isle of Wight


Perfect colour, very tough, would definitely buy again


OK, so I love my garden but not so great at gardening. Bought this plant for approx. £12 from Crocus which seemed like a lot, then left it on the patio until it was nearly dead. Ashamed, I stuffed what was left of it into a nearby flower bed. A month on and I have the most beautiful plant spreading under my pink hydreangeas and everyone is commenting on it. I reckon it has flowered from May to around Oct. It's the most perfect shade of purply blue and goes with everything, especially pinks, greens and whites. Flowers are perfectly round. Definitely deserved of its reputation as one of the best plants to put in your garden.

Poe C



buy this plant


This a stunning geranium, beautiful colour and really pretty flowers, mine is in a large pot on the patio and flowers throughout spring and summer right through to autumn, give it the chelsea chop after first lot of flowers have died it will then continue to flower again

never give up



Perfect for a difficult spot


Bought this plant for a dry, exposed north west facing raised bed near the sea. It has established quickly and flowered over a long period.

Jimmy the Weed

North West coast


Glorious colour and is still in flower in some places


Works really well in both the front and the back garden




Excellent product, would certainly buy again


Planted in semi-shade, average soil. Careful watering. Happy plants!

Brown-fingered Bertie




4.7 39


Hi, I have planted 2 of these last spring. It is now February and I cannot see where the plants have gone. They seem to have disappeared. Will it grow back or does it mean it is just dead? Many thanks


These plants do die back completely each year in winter, but they will put on new growth again in the spring.


When would it be best to plant this plant?


This is a fully hardy plant, so it can be planted out at any time of the year - provided the ground is not frozen or waterlogged. For more information, please click on the link below to go straight to out video.


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