Geranium Vision Violet

Geranium sanguineum

Vision Violet

‘Vision’ is a compact cultivar that typically grows to 15” tall but spreads to 24” wide. It is noted for its 5-petaled, reddish-purple flowers and deeply lobed green leaves. It primarily blooms in late spring to early summer.  Foliage turns attractive shades of red in autumn.

Easily grown in full sun to part shade. Tolerates some drought.  Foliage may be lightly sheared back and shaped to revitalize after flowering. This is a variable plant that is noted for having better tolerance for heat in hot summers and for cold in cold winters. It is perhaps the most common species of geranium grown in the U.S. today. Flowers primarily bloom in May and June.

Height: 12-15 Inches
Spread:  12-18 Inches
Zone: 3-9
Full Sun
Foliage: Green
Bloom Color: Violet
Bloom Time: Late Spring, Summer
Deer Resistant: Yes
Evergreen: Yes