What makes Geraniums an unequaled addition to the perennial border is their pastel-colored blooms, easiness to care for, deer-resistance, and adaptable growing habits to most gardens. Browse our beautiful collection of geraniums for sale.
Planting and Growing Tips for Geranium Flowers
Plant geranium roots in ordinary, well-drained soil in full sun. In warmer areas, plant geranium roots in partial shade. When planting, space 18-24" apart from each other. Divide them in spring or fall, when necessary. These geranium perennials grow 6-30" tall, spreading 18-36", depending on the variety. Geranium flowers bloom from May - September, depending on the variety, and are hardy in zones 3-8.
When is the Best Time to Plant Geranium Roots?
The best time to plant dormant bareroot geraniums is in the spring. Potted perennial geraniums can be planted in the spring or the fall.
What is the Best Watering Method for my Geranium Flowers?
Hardy geraniums should be watered regularly. These sun-loving perennials like moist soil and should be watered frequently in the dry seasons. Mulching around the plants helps the soil retain moisture and suppresses weeds. Avoid overhead watering.
How Long do Geranium Flower Blooms Last?
Most perennial geraniums bloom in late spring to early summer (May-June).
Do Geraniums Require any Winter Care?
Perennial geraniums require very little winter care. In the fall, tidy up around the plant. Remove any dead or fallen leaves and add a thin layer of mulch.
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