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Geranium, Pelargonium is an Easy Maintenance Beautiful Blooming Shrub

Known for its easy maintenance, the Geranium is a favorite of the beginner and the avid gardener. If you need a splash of color anywhere in the garden, they will fit in beautifully. You can grow them from seeds, cuttings, or already potted.

As seedlings, they will take approximately 12 to 16 weeks to flower. Gardeners and landscapers love the Geranium for many good reasons! They're hardy by all standards. The hardiness zone is 3 to 8, and in some cases, as low as 7. It's best to plant them in the sun and early in the day. Amply water the soil so it remains wet as you plant. Set them approximately 6 to 12 inches apart.


Geranium, Pelargonium Cuttings Will Enhance the Decor of Any Room of the House and Add Stunning Curb Appeal

Water your geraniums often. Best not to over-water, and be sure to drain your potted plants of any excess water. They don't need much more care than that; relax and enjoy it! Your Geranium will bloom happily for the entire season! Depending upon the variety of Geranium, the flower will grow anywhere from 6 inches to 12 inches or more in height.

Your home will come to life with the addition of your lush, colorful geraniums; Their warm colors will enhance the decor of any room in your house! They love the outdoors, and the curb appeal of your home is astounding! Plant them as flower beds. They look beautiful alone and blend perfectly with other annuals. It makes an intelligent choice for border trim because they are so striking! Be sure to plant some geraniums in your window boxes, too. Hanging planters of geraniums will make a beautiful statement on the porch, the patio, and the deck!

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Geranium or cranesbills are the most popular evergreen biennial, annuals, or perennials to enrich your home, garden, or landscape with beautiful, bright, and sweetly fragrant flowers, the best option for sunny beds and borders. The genus has 422 species and is most commonly found in temperate regions, particularly in Eastern parts of Mediterranean areas.

Such long-lived plants come in a wide range of colors, shapes, and styles, making a unique addition to other species like Chrysanthemums as a companion plant. The sight of colored blooms seems aesthetically pleasing that ranges from red, pink, white, salmon, to dark purple, while the black one is also counted among these variants. The blossoms are five-petalled, similar in size and shape, differentiating the species from Pelargonium, whose petals are not symmetrical. The foliage is broad, flat, and lobed, radiating from a common point having pointed segments. The blooming time for the plants is in the summer.

These house plants grow 2 to 4 feet tall at maturity, while the same goes for spread. The species propagates well in full sun or partial shade; however, the plants need protection from the sun in hot summers that are fulfilled by placing them in cool zones since they grow in containers, pots, and hanging baskets. Geranium species flourish in all seasons from spring to late fall in all types of soils, preferably well-drained and moisture-retentive soils. Ensure that the ground is free from water logging to achieve optimum growth.

The best harvesting time in March or April for extensive growth. Timely pruning is beneficial to prolong the growth rate and thickening. The easy-care plants require low maintenance, especially the necessary plant watering. Overwatering can cause severe damage to leaves as they get wilt from extra moisture and die early. The chances of fungal spores increase in case of overwatering the plant.

The plants need no specific fertilizer to grow optimally, although light fertilizers like water-soluble fertilizers seem best for the enrichment of the soil. Some pest diseases are common in these winter-hardy plants, like rust caused by fungus. You can easily control all such conditions with the use of pest sprays. Additionally, adequate spacing between the plants can also prevent various diseases.

The most famous varieties of Geranium plant species include Zonal Geraniums that are heat and drought tolerant recognized as classic geraniums. The next is Regal Geranium, also called Marsha Washington Geraniums, propagating best in cooler regions with multi-colored blooms. The third one is Ivy Geranium, named ivy because of its resemblance, which brings shiny leaves and cascading flowers. In contrast, the last one is Scented Geraniums, known for its widespread fragrance considered a favorite variety for gardeners.

The plant spreads through cuttings, seed germination, and division. The pots are preferable for plantation as these are easy to handle and good for extra water drainage compared to the ground soil. The potting mix should contain peat moss, perlite, and equal soil fractions for considerable growth. The plants possess great horticulture importance and are beneficial for preparing various pharmaceutical products.

Sun Exposure: Full sun or partial shade
Water Requirements: Moderate moisture
Zone: 3 to 8
Best time to Harvest: Spring
Ship as: Bare root
Height at maturity: 2 to 4 feet


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Wild Geranium - Geranium maculatum Hardy Planting Zones - 3-8 Sun or Shade - Full Sun to Part Shade Mature Height - 18-24" Mature Width - 12-18" Bloom Season - Late Spring to Early Summer Gardener Status - Beginner
Planting Zones 3-8
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  • 5
    Geranium Plant

    I have this planted in planters and find its space in my balcony. Lovely purple blooms are lined up perfectly.

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