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'Salome' is noted for its chartreuse foliage and pale purple flowers with dark violet veining. Although it scrambles, it is more manageable than the similar 'Ann Folkard'. Its low, rambling habit makes it a great “knitter” for the border, scrambling through and over its neighbours and blooms from May until frost. 'Salome' looks good when combined with grasses and strikingly coloured perennials. As with all geraniums, if overgrown chop plants to the ground and they will quickly reflush with new foliage.