Geranium cantabrigiense 'Cambridge' Geranium 'Philippe Vapelle'

Philippe Vapelle is a fast growing compact Geranium that develops a 12"x12" mound of unusual grey-green leaves, and is found to be a good plant for ground cover. Light lavender flowers with purple veining through the petals are produced in June and July above the foliage.

After flowering the plants can be cut back so that new, fresher growth can be encouraged to develop. Plant in full sun or partial shade in a well-drained furtile soil, although Philippe Vapelle is tolerant of most conditions.