Geranium pratense 'Laura' was the star entry in geranium trials at RHS Wisley a few years ago, winning many admirers for its gleaming white, double blooms.
Originally discovered as a chance seedling in a private Cheshire garden, Laura flowers prolifically for several weeks between June and August.
Recommended by the RHS as a 'Perfect for Pollinators' plant, Geranium Laura sets no seed which means that all of its energy goes into blooming, and it doesn't make a nuisance of itself by spreading around the garden.
Robust and vigorous and tolerates a wide range of soils so is really easy to grow, even for the most inexperienced of gardeners, with results guaranteed!
A hardy Geranium (also known as Cranesbill), this popular perennial makes superb ground cover for a perennial border or cottage style garden, where its weather resistant, double white flowers sit proudly above a neat mound of mid-green leaves.
Supplied as an established plant in a 9cm pot, ready for plating out. Note plants are dormant in winter, with little or no foliage showing.