2008 Theodore Klein Plant Award Winner

Geranium cantabrigiense ‘Karmina’ – 'Karmina' Cambridge Geranium appears to be the accepted cultivar name for 'Biokovo Karmina' Geranium. Of this ground cover geranium that gets to be 6-12" high. World-reknowned perennial authority UGA Professor Dr.Allan M. Armitage says "The more I see this, the more I like it.". Considered "rhizomatous", it is the result of crosses between G. macrorrhizum and G. dalmaticum. Crosses of those species have become know as the Cambridge Geraniums. The flowers are frequently described as carmine red, but it always seems considerably lighter and move lavendar than red. 'Karmina' geranium is propagated by division of the rhizome or by seed.