Geraniums come in a variety of colours - most often pink, blue and white. Their flowers are not as showy as their cousins, the "Pelargoniums". They are a staple in any garden, being easy to care for, dependable as well as lovely.
Geraniums are often found planted in the garden or rockery and not in containers. They come back year and year. The newer varieties have longer blooming periods and some will bloom from spring until first frost.
Seed Geraniums vs. Zonal Geraniums.
Seed Geraniums, like the name implies, grows directly from the seed. Zonal Geraniums, however, are cut directly from the mother plant and regrown. While Zonal Geraniums do not produce seeds, the plant itself is hardier than their Seed counterparts, who are prone to petal shattering.
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This plant will yield endless blooms perfect for cutting and filling vases.
This plant is beloved by bees.
The colours and frangrance of this plant will play a role in attracting butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden.
Add colour to food and drinks with this edible flower.
This drought-tolerant plant will survive with little to no watering.
Deer will avoid eating this plant.
This plant is seeded, propagated and grown at The Greenery Garden Centre.