Geranium x oxonianum 'Diane's Treasure'
A Conservation Scheme Plant
Reason for Inclusion
Chance seedling found by Mrs Diane Sutton in Southport, Lancashire growing in a copse and named after Diane by Mrs A. Cutts and registered in 2002. Trialled by Trevor Bath at his nursery in Surrey and given to other HPS members.
HPS Hampshire Group
Brief description of plant
Clump-forming evergreen perennial.
Height x Spread
60cm x 60cm
Salmon-pink flowers have 5 separated petals. Flowers almost continually.
Neat clump of mid-green toothed and lobed leaves.
May - July
Sun or part-shade.
Pests and diseases
Generally no problems.
Cut back hard after main flowering to encourage growth of new leaves and flowers.
Divide established clumps.