Zonal Geranium

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Exceptionally large, long-lasting flowers on durable plants. Vibrant blossoms provide a season-long display of color and attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Lovely in mixed garden plantings and containers. Grown from cuttings, not seed.

Companion Plants

Angelonia

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Angelonia

Valued for its heat and drought tolerance, this tropical perennial bears an abundance of charming flowers that makes a colorful display in landscape beds, combination pots or window boxes. Prefers moist, well-drained fertile soil.

Dianthus

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Dianthus

These low-growing, dwarf plants make a splash in the landscape, with abundant flowers in a wide range of colors. Very effective when planted in large groupings, or used as accent in containers or window boxes. Prefers average to alkaline (sweet), well-drained soil.

Calibrachoa

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Calibrachoa

A profusion of miniature flowers in an array of vibrant colors bloom throughout the season. Attracts hummingbirds. Cascades beautifully from containers and window boxes, trails over stone walls, and is a wonderful edging for garden paths.

Details

Common name

Zonal Geranium

Botanical name

Pelargonium

Zone

Grow as an annual.

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Bloom color

Mix

Bloom time

spring-fall

Light

sun

Height

12-15" (31-38 cm)

Habit

upright

Water

daily

Feed

use all-purpose

Maintenance

remove spent blooms