Pelargonium hortorum ‘Frank Headley’

Pelargonium hortorum ‘Frank Headley’ or called Geranium ‘Frank Hardley’ another member of the Geraniaceae family of plants can be planted in the sun or partial shade in a moist, fertile well-drained soil. It grows to about 30cm and is evergreen. Remove spent flowers and propagate from cuttings.

Geraniaceae Pelargonium 'Frank Headley'
Pelargonium ‘Frank Headley’ at St Stephens Green in Dublin Ireland
Pelargonium - Frank Headley
Pelargonium ‘Frank Headley’

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