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Geranium Plants

Geranium is the common name for members of the genus Pelargonium of which there are over 400 different varieties. These include upright varieties for beds, borders and containers as well as attractive ivy-leaved trailing Geranium plants for baskets and window boxes. Geranium plants have large bright flowerheads in a range of colours and many have very attractive foliage.

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Further information: Geranium Plants.

Where to grow Geranium plants?

  • Any well drained soil will do with the preference being for a sandy loam.
  • Geranium plants perform best in full sun but will tolerate light shade.
  • Dependant on the variety Geranium plants are suitable for just about anywhere – pots, beds, baskets and window boxes.

How to grow Geranium plants?

  • Geranium plants prefer to be kept on the dry side and can be killed by over-watering
  • Feed occasionally – every 2 to 3 weeks
  • Deadhead regularly to prolong the flowering season
  • Favourite plants can be kept in a frost-free place over winter