A link to the June blog is coming - Douglas Justice starts out by saying that "much of what we would expect to see in bloom in the garden in June has already been flowering in May." Included in the "wide range of flowers" are several geraniums, and they have definitely been in bloom for a while. Geranium renardii really has the best leaves - Nadia said soft like a baby's blanket. The white edges are a nice touch. We saw a label for these after the garden entrance, but did not see the flowers until we got to the Alpine Garden. Geranium platypetalum, looking "conspicuously hairy," was easier to distinguish from its neighbours than I had expected. Those two hybridise to form Geranium 'Philippe Vapelle'. This is Geranium himalayense 'Gravetye'. And another cultivar of that species, G. himalayense 'Baby Blue'.