Selected from the many hardy geraniums that seeded around my mother’s garden in Albrighton years ago. This has proved to be an enduring plant; robust, free-flowering and pretty. The very pale pink, wide-trumpet like flowers are scattered above a mound of round, notched, mid-green leaves that have dark maroon dots at the base. Each is lightly pencilled with fine veins of mauve. The mound of leaves beneath the flowers is mid-green and the leaves are dotted with purple at where the leaves divide.