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26 inch (15 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)

About Geranium

Geranium (Pelargonium peltatum) is a colorful summer bloomer with ivy-like foliage and cascading blooms that make the plant perfectly suited for window boxes and hanging containers. Geranium works well in mixed baskets with other colorful annuals.

Geranium includes at least 75 different types, including a range of flower and foliage colors and variegation and a variety of sizes. No matter what Geranium you choose, it s bound to have attractive foliage and eye-catching blooms.Geraniums bloom in a burst of deep reds, scarlet, pinks, white, purple or salmon with flowers lasting throughout the gardening season.

Geraniums are used in beautiful flower beds or in containers, planter boxes, or hanging baskets on porches, patios or balconies.Geraniums are hardy in USDA zones 9-11.Zonal geraniums are not heavy feeders, but since they are usually grown in containers, a light feeding with your favorite fertilizer, every 2-4 weeks, will keep them vigorous.

Stressing them slightly by watering only after the soil has dried out completely for a day or two seems to encouraging more profuse blooming. Just don't leave them dry for so long they start dropping leaves and declining.

Plant Specifications

*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
Common Name zonal geranium,garden geranium, malva or malvon,Pelargonium hortorum,
Maximum Reachable Height Size will vary with variety. There are some dwarf geraniums that will never get more than 5 - 6 inches tall and newer varieties being bred for height and spread. In general, most are between 5 - 24 inches (12 - 60 cm) H x 12 - 15 inches (30 - 38 cm) W.
Flower Colour white Flower
Bloom Time Zonal geraniums start blooming in mid-spring and will repeat bloom until frost. Deadheading the entire flower stalk after the flower fades will encourage more blooms.
Difficulty Level Easy to grow

Planting and care

  • Cut back your geraniums by about two-thirds if and when the weather drops below 45 F.
  • Move the pots indoors to a sunny, south-facing window that gets at least four hours a day of direct sun.
  • Stop fertilizing and limit water to once a week, keeping the plants on the dry side, while they are in the house.
  • Begin to add fertilizer to the plant water again when you see new growth in late winter or early spring.
  • As spring arrives, move your potted geraniums outside gradually, adding a lit
  • Pruning: If your plants are long stemmed or with leaves only at the tips, and the shape of your plant is off then they should be pruned.
  • The best time to prune geraniums is November through late January.

    Geranium care

    You can start zonal geraniums from seed, cuttings or transplants. Taking cuttings was the traditional method of propagating geraniums and maintaining favorite varieties. If you choose to take cuttings, make sure you only use healthy, vigorous plants.

    Geranium can easily be started from seed, although the seed is usually for F1 hybrids. Seed geraniums are bred to be disease resistant and to bloom well in the heat of summer. Start seeds 8 - 10 weeks before your last frost date. They can take up to 2 weeks to germinate and should be kept warm, 70 and 75F (21 to 24C), and moist in the process. Scarifying the seed before planting will help aid germination.

    Harden off young plants before planting outdoors. They should begin to bloom about a month after being set out.

    Sunlight Full sun to Partial Shade. They will bloom best in full sun.
    Watering Many geraniums are killed because of improper watering. Establish a wet-saturated to moist-dry watering cycle. The plant needs to be thoroughly watered so the soil is wet all the way to the center of the root ball. Check the plant s need for watering by looking at the soil; better yet, scratch the soil surface with your finger or use a moisture meter. If the soil is barely moist or dry below the surface layer, the plant needs watering. Anything wetter than barely moist should probably wait. I say probably because so much depends on the weather. If we are in the midst of a heat wave, or if the plant will be exposed to dry winds, it may need watering more often to maintain it through the day. Container plants should be watered in the morning hours if possible.
    Soil Work organic compost into high-quality container potting soil that contains ingredients such as peat moss, vermiculite and perlite. Use this compost/soil mixture to fill pots for your geraniums. Good drainage is essential to geraniums so choose containers with adequate drainage holes. If your geraniums are already in pots, spread organic compost lightly on the soil surface and work in, taking care not to dig up the plant s roots.
    Zonal geraniums are not terribly fussy about soil pH, but prefer a slightly acid soil of about 5.8 to 6.5
    Temperature The best temperature range would be from 60-70 degrees.
    Fertilizer As plants receive sunlight for growing, the demand for water and fertilizer is established. The more sunlight received, the more water and fertilizer needed. The demand for water and fertilizer will decrease with less sunlight and overcast weather. (Fertilizing should start when the plant begins its active growth in the spring). Fertilize lightly or not at all in cold weather months.

    Geranium uses

    Ornamental Use:

    • These are used for ornamental purpose for their beautiful colors

    Medicinal Use:

    • The oil of the Geranium makes a good astringent and can be diluted with water and used topically to help clean the face or in a bath
    • It also has great antiseptic properties and is said to help restore the balance to dry or oily skin and hair

    Culinary Use:

    • You can also make a tea with the leaves and flowers or an oil infusion
    • The geranium is considered to be safe for most people (those with an autoimmune disease and those who are pregnant should avoid it) and can be used as an herb in cooking as well

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Where is germanium found?

    Geranium is found throughout the temperate regions of the world and the mountains of the tropics.

    Will Geraniums grow indoors?

    Yes, Geraniums can grow indoor where they will receive at least 4-6 hours of sun.

    Does Geranium oil kill viruses?

    Yes, Published research suggests that the Geranium oil can kill some Viruses and bacteria

    When Geraniums bloom?

    Geraniums bloom in early summer(April-June) and autumn season(September-November)

    Do Geraniums like full sun?

    Yes, Geranium like full sunlight (4-6 hrs) a day.

    Do Geraniums bloom all year?

    No Geraniums doesn't bloom all year, Geraniums bloom in early summer (April-June) and autumn (September-November) season

    Why would Geranium leaves turn red?

    Red Geranium leaves signal the plant is stressed in some way. This may be because the plant is receiving too much water or too much sunshine, or has been planted outdoors too early or in mineral-deficient soil.

    When to plant Geranium?

    Spring(February-March) season is the ideal planting time for Geraniums

    Can Geraniums grow in water?

    No, Geranium can not grow in water.

    Why Geraniums are not blooming?

    The two most common reasons for Geraniums not blooming prolifically are too little light or too much fertilizer. Geraniums are a sun loving plant that need 4-6 hours of full sun a day, or perhaps longer in somewhat filtered light. South and west exposures are usually best. In too little sun, the plant will often grow, but will tend to grow a little bit taller or leggier, as it reaches for the light and it definitely will not bloom as much. The number of flowers is very much related to the amount of sun that the plant gets. As far as fertilizing goes, if Geraniums, like most annuals, get too much, you will get large, lush green plants and not as many blooms because the plant will be in more of a vegetative mode. In containers, if you feed your Geraniums, every 3 to 5 weeks, Use any of the organic fertilizers.

    Will Geraniums regrow after winter?

    Yes, Geraniums can regrow after winter.

    Will Geraniums grow in shade?

    Yes, the Geranium plants can grow in the shade where they will receive at least 4-6 hours of sun.

    Can Geraniums grow indoors?

    Yes, the Geranium plants can grow indoor where they will receive at least 4-6 hours of sun.

    Does Geranium smell good?

    Yes, Geranium smells good.

    Which Geraniums are perennials?

    Perennial varieties of geranium are also commonly called cranesbill, wild geranium, pure geranium, or hardy geranium.

    Do Geraniums attract bees?

    Yes Geranium attracts bees.

    Why Geranium leaves turning yellow?

    Yellowing of leaves may be due to Insufficient light, less or overwatering and cold temperature. So make sure your plant is getting enough amount of bright direct sunlight (4-6 hrs.)a day, water it when the upper layer of the soil feels dry to touch. Check the moisture in the soil before watering it, Poke your finger into the soil, if dry then apply water. Do not overwater the plant. This plant doesn’t like to sit in waterlogged soil, so drainage is important to prevent rot. Check the drainage hole to allow excess water to escape. Protect your plant from a cold climate by keeping it in a mildly warm and dry location. Feed it with any organic nitrogen-rich fertilizer once a month.

    Does Geranium repel mosquitoes?

    Yes, Geranium aroma repel mosquitoes.

    Will Geranium cuttings root in water?

    Yes, Geranium cuttings root in water.

    When Geranium leaves turn red?

    Red Geranium leaves signal the plant is stressed in some way. This may be because the plant is receiving too much water or too much sunshine, or has been planted outdoors too early or in mineral-deficient soil.

    Why would Geranium leaves curl?

    Geranium plant curl is because of an aphid infestation.

    Are Geraniums poisonous?

    No, Geraniums are not poisonous to humans or pets.

    Will Geraniums survive winter?

    Yes, Geraniums can survive in winter(December-January) temperature range between 5 to 15 degree celsius.



    Reviews

    Thursday, 23 January 2020

    ?What if i keep this plant in the office where it is AC? Will it survive there?

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    Wednesday, 27 November 2019

    Absolutely superb in every way

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